Summary: I've had this TEAC on my wishlist for several years and finally pulled the trigger. I have a small house/livingroom and decided against the larger a/v receivers - a stereo unit with dedicated subwoofer like this was perfect.
Summary: I am not using this amplifier with a computer. Rather, it is powering a pair of Boston Acoustics CR-67 bookshelf speakers in a fairly large bedroom. Despite its small size, it puts out plenty of power without distortion. Currently only have one input - a much larger TEAC P650 CD/USB player.
Summary: I bought an A-H01 to use as a desktop amp with a standard 64-bit Windows 7 system. From the beginning I had Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) problems. I would use the amp, switch it off in the evening and put my computer into sleep mode, and then my system would crash some time during the night.
Wonderful sound diminished by serious usability issues
"UB" Uncle Bob, Amazon
13 November 2014
Summary: Maybe I'm breaking the rules by not using this as a desktop amp with my computer. Instead I wanted a small amp and some bookshelf speakers to connect to a Sharp LC-46LE700UN flat screen tv, which has shockingly bad built-in speakers.
Summary: Bought it to upgrade a portable CD/DVD player's sound and power some standard speakers. Took it on vacation in a beer case sized box with 2 Minimus 7W's and the tiny DVD/CD player and got great performance.
Summary: Awesome sound quality. Amazing power. Gorgeous looks. Exactly what I needed for an office stereo. Minus one star because the windows driver for USB is kind of s***, and occasionally it breaks down resulting in low-res noise. Workaround is to close the offending app.