What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Topping TP-32EX TP32EX Upgrade Version 50W Digital Headphone Amplifier with USB-DAC AMP and Remote Control – Silver?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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7th Aug 2017

Items I already have: ATH-M50x headphones, an AT-LP60 turntable, and a desktop pc w/o a soundcard

Items I want to get: speakers & an amp/dac

Is there a way I can just have one amp accept input from my turntable and computer and output to both my headphones and speakers?

I found this which I’m pretty sure will do the job, but is there a better option? Or is it better to get separate speaker/headphone amps?

Any help is appreciated!

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27th Jun 2016

Looking for an amplifier with remote control

  • Budget – $200 or so? May need to spend a lot more on a combined unit
  • Source – FLACs and Google Play Music from a Modi 2 Uber
  • Headphones – AKG Q701, Sennheiser HD580, AudioQuest Nighthawk

Does anyone know anything about the performance of the headphone amplifier in the Topping TP32EX? https://www.amazon.com/Topping-TP-32EX-Upgrade-Headphone-Amplifier/dp/B00EO0SEPK – the reason I ask is because it’s one of the few headphone amplifiers with a remote, and finding those is tough! No word on the quality of the headphone output specifically, and especially the output impedance, which would be a concern for most of my headphones, especially the Q701 I’d like to use most with this. I might get entry-level speakers at some point, but I most want a second amp that I could use with a remote control. I might just have to bite the bullet, but maybe there’s some impressions on this thing somewhere that I haven’t seen yet.

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27th Jun 2016

Does anyone have any experience with the Topping TP32EX as a headphone amp? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EO0SEPK/ – it’s probably the cheapest headphone amp with remote control you can find. I might get speakers at some point, but what I’d love is a headphone amplifier I can use with a remote control, and nothing decent besides this seems to exist for less than $800, when I would rather spend like $200 on a decent solution to power HD580 and Q701 headphones? Anyone have any ideas on how this does, or on an alternative for like…$300 max?

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30th Jan 2016

[Any thoughts on the Topping TP-EX2?

Haven’t seen any reviews on it or anything and it looks O.K. Topping in general doesn’t exactly blow people’s minds but it packs a lot of features into a cheap, small package.](http://www.amazon.com/Topping-TP-32EX-Upgrade-Headphone-Amplifier/dp/B00EO0SEPK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1454193235&sr=8-1&keywords=topping+ex)