I used this TA50 to replace the sound amplifier in a coffee/cafe shop. The old amplifier was big and complicated, a very good 70 watt stereo (2 x 35 watts) & plenty loud enough to rock out our main street through good quality PA speakers, which it did all through the summer.
This TA50 is a "one knob" & a couple of switches amp, simple enough and small enough to make more space for the new "big" coffee machine on the shelves behind the counter. It has a couple of nice brackets to attach it under (or over) shelves or on the wall. Looks good too.
The sound from this amp (40 watts stereo) 2 x 20 watts, is clean & smooth, without distortion (if fed sensibly), not too much treble or not too much bass (no on board EQ), but still plenty loud enough to be heard on the terraces outside as before.
The cafe belongs to my Mrs, she plays classical/piano mp3 music from her lap top into the TA50, sounds nice, pleasant, clean, using the lap top's EQ. When she is away and I am behind the bar, the classical music turns to heavy rock & the volume knob on the TA50 gets turned well up, it handles this surprisingly good too.
I do sound for bands @ weekends and (I think) I understand sound & music pretty well, we (the band) use up to 3 KW of sound at festivals, This is why I appreciate the little TA 50 & its sound capabilities.
?50 ? I'm very happy with the results.