Dayton Audio DTA-1
The Dayton Audio DTA-1 utilizes a special adaptation of class D technology, providing reasonable stereo amplification at a price to suit most budgets, and it does so in a sleek package that’s quite unlike the standard block design.
- Runs on ac or battery power
- Compact enough for travel
- Only 15 watts rms per channel
The Nobsound Mini is incredibly compact at around 3 inches wide and 1.5 inches tall. Despite this, it boasts an impressive array of features, including Bluetooth and USB connectivity, and gives voice prompts to explain which input has been activated.
- Output of 50 watts rms per channel
- Available in four colors
- No phono inputs
Douk Audio G3
The Douk Audio G3 will seamlessly interface with your phone, tablet, or laptop, and two small to medium-sized speakers. It connects via Bluetooth 5.0 or a 3.5-millimeter auxiliary jack and includes built-in surge protection for your peace of mind.
- Volume and tone dials on front
- Brushed aluminum shell
- Can't support a subwoofer
The Micca Origain would make a fine companion to a multimedia PC that serves as the hub for a home entertainment system. In addition to its integrated preamp, power unit, and DAC, it features digital inputs in the forms of S/PDIF and USB ports.
- Source switches on front panel
- Variable between 4 and 8 ohms
- No dedicated headphones output
With its triangular CNC-milled aluminum shell, the Loxjie A10 is striking in its appearance, but basic in its functionality. It has only volume and power controls on its front panel but it does deliver rich tones and good bass response, even at higher volume levels.
- Stereo phono plug inputs
- Gold-plated connectors
- No bluetooth connectivity
The Pyle PTA4 packs a surprising amount of features into a low-cost option, including three sets of RCA inputs, separate 3.5mm jacks for a microphone and headphones, and an unadulterated passthrough for transmitting to a recording device.
- Requires at least 4-ohm impedance
- Three-way equalizer
- Outputs 120 watts each to 2 channels
Fosi Audio DA2120A
With connectivity for two passive speakers and one powered subwoofer, the Fosi Audio DA2120A is unassuming in appearance but big on features. Ideal for use with mobile devices it offers a respectable output of 50 watts RMS per channel and comes with a handy remote control.
- Multiple wired input options
- Bluetooth receiver
- No output for headphones
The eSynic M200 looks impressive at first glance, with its uncluttered front panel, useful digital display, and push-button operation. Couple this with its 100 watts RMS per channel output and five input options, including Bluetooth 5.0, and it lives up to its appearance.
- 40-foot wireless range
- Infrared remote control
- Usb-a port for external drives
A straightforward way to add powerful sound and a wireless receiver to your existing setup, the Fosi BT20A will fill the needs of most homeowners. It supports Bluetooth 4.2, which minimizes its energy draw and interference from 4G LTE wireless broadband.
- 100 watts split between 2 channels
- Durable aluminum casing
- Good value for the price
Rated at an impressive 80 watts per channel, the Sabaj A4 is an attractive choice for driving a desktop stereo system or bookshelf speakers, thanks to its balance of power and simplicity, as well as its convenient Bluetooth aptX compatibility.
- Subwoofer output
- Utilitarian design
- Adjustable display brightness