I don't post here too often but I thought maybe I should share some of my observations about the MEGAschino with you guys. Last Saturday I had a pleasure to host Tommy and his friend Mike in my house with a single goal...., listen to my setup with the new stereo MEGAschino. We figured that the best way to evaluate the amp is to drive it directly from my OPPO UDP-205 using it's digital volume control. My speakers are the Tekton Double Impact which are the best speakers I ever had, considering I've been in this crazy audio hobby for well over 40 years. I sold my Kef Blade 2, purchased the Tektons and never regretted that move. We spent almost 6 hours listening to music through the MEGAschino and playing various CDs, SACDs and Blurays. We also listened to music using Tidal / Roon via the UltraRendu and my current DAC, the Mytek Brooklyn +. Whatever we played, it sounded just perfect to me. Besides the point that I think the MEGAschino and the Tektons are a perfect match, if it wasn't for the MEGA I wouldn't hear what the music was supposed to sound like (in my opinion). The sound of the instruments and vocal was very balanced from top to bottom, detailed but not analytical, smooth but very dynamic and absent of any brightness or edginess that scares off many potential buyers of digital amps. The amps are very powerful and my speakers are 99dB efficient. Many use them with 15W amps. This was not a problem for the MEGA. Some of what we listened to was played at high volume levels and there was always the feeling of ease and no sign of strain whatsoever. The imaging was unbelievable, especially when we listened to Roger Waters - Amused to Death (Master Sound CD). I think Tommy has another winner on his hands and potentially many new customers. Like I said, we spent almost six hours listening to music. If it wasn't great, I wouldn't do it.