- Very minimal harmonic distortion
- A full 50 Watts per Channel
- Blue tooth compatible
- High sounds tend to be slightly muted
- Component is somewhat fragile in construction
- Not considered a 100% pure tube amp
Monoprice has come up with a very nice little tube amp here. If you pair it with just the right speaker setup, you will be able to experience some incredible sound with it. Best of all it does not even come close to being the most expensive tube amp we will review. That is why when you consider everything that is important in a tube amp it was chosen as the number one model we tested.
What else do we like about it? We love the fact it has a full 50 watts per channel. That will give any music you play a nice little boost without overdoing it. It does it in a way that still keeps the sound it produces very pure also.
Some of the intangibles you get with this model tube amp are that it is a good looking when set up and it also boasts very little harmonic distortion when paired with the right speakers. You should also be able to have this tube amp up and ready to use in less than 5 minutes after you take it out of the box; it really is that easy to set up.
Monoprice has come up with a very nice little tube amp here. If you pair it with just the right speaker setup, you will be able to experience some incredible sound with it.