TW AD-7300 2.0 Version - 7 channel Amp 7X300W@8Ω

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Audio Specifications: 120 Volts Test Results:

  • Topology: Fully discrete, dual differential, high current, short signal path Class A/B - Class "H" power supply.
  • Numbers of Channel: 7 Channels - High powered single channel modules.
  • Power Output: ( Rated Power; THD <0.1% @ 120V (Tested @ AC 120V) - (AC 240V Will Increase the output wattage and maintain the THD<0.1%.)
  • 300 watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; one channel driven.
  • 507 watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.1%; 4 Ohms; one channel driven.
  • 266 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; two channels driven.
  • 434 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 4 Ohms; two channels driven.
  • 180 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; all Seven channels driven.

Audio Specifications: 240 Volts Test Results:

  • Topology: Fully discrete, dual differential, high current, short signal path Class A/B - Class "H" power supply.
  • Numbers of Channel: 7 Channels - High powered single channel modules.
  • Power Output: ( Rated Power; THD <0.1% @ 240V (Tested @ AC 240V) - (AC 240V Will Increase the output wattage and maintain the THD<0.1%.)
  • 324 watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; one channel driven.
  • 584 watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.1%; 4 Ohms; one channel driven.
  • 307 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; two channels driven.
  • 500 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 4 Ohms; two channels driven.
  • 190+ watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; all Seven channels driven.


  • Power Bandwidth (at rated power; 8 Ohm load): 20 Hz to 20 kHz (+ / – 0.1 dB).
  • Broad-Band Frequency Response: 10 Hz to 70 kHz +0/-2 dB.
  • THD + noise: < 0.006%; at 100 watts RMS; 1 kHz; 8 Ohms.
  • Signal to Noise Ratio (8 Ohm load):
  • > 106 dB; ref FTC rated power; unbalanced input (A-weighted).
  • > 91 dB; ref 1 watt; unbalanced input (A-weighted).
  • Minimum Recommended Load Impedance (per channel): 4 Ohms (which equals one 4 Ohm load or two paralleled 8 Ohm loads).
  • Damping Factor (8 Ohm load): > 149.
  • Input Sensitivity (for rated power; 8 Ohm load): 1.5 V.
  • Gain: 28 dB.
  • Maximum Power Consumption: 2056 watts at 120V & 1128W at 240V
  • Power Supply: 110V-240V- 15 Amps-20 Amps Auto Switching Class "H"Power Supply.
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Modules: Separate Heatsinks for individual modules. 
  • Color: Black
  • Front Panel: Analogue meter with blue LED lights and Red Needle. 
  • G.W: 26.3KGS ( 57.98 Lb)
  • Unit size: 17.48 L X 17.32 W X 7.76 H Inches
  • Package size:22.52 L X 22.52 W X 12.64 H Inches
  • Accessories: 120 Volts - 15 Amp Power cord cable Included
  • Warranty: 2 years warranty

Customer Reviews

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Michael M
Great 7 Channel Amp.

It is a very good built 7 channel amp with a reasonable price. Love it.
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John Molino
Really Awesome Amps

I purchased two AD-7300 2.0 amps, to pair with my Marantz AV8805A pre pro. They arrived in great condition, packaged very well. They are built really solidly, the units are heavy. I have them racked in an upstairs media room and needed a second pair of hands to get them up there. Hook up was easy. They powered up, no problem. After my initial configuring of the processor and speakers, the amps performed excellently. The sound is clean and detailed, and there's no struggle for needed power at higher volumes. I am using Aircom T8 coolers on the top of each unit to ensure they remain in a safe temperature range. I'm planning on using these units for years to come. I'm very happy with my purchase, glad I chose the Tonewinner Amps. Aamir is great and helpful with any questions or issues.

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Allen LaBov
TW AD-300 6 Channel Amp and AT300 Preamp Processor

Excellent amplifier and processor. The AD-300 is quiet efficient and not hot! The build quality looks like a 'tank'; totally solid, sturdy, and definitely robust. SUMMITHIFI's Amiir was great. After having some shipping clearance issues, I emailed and called Amiir. He was awesome. He helped describe settings I couldn't figure out. But, Amiir walked me through it. I've only had my prepro and amp for 2 weeks. Thanks.

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Jerome Patterson
ToneWinner AD-7300PA Version 2.0, audiophile quality, bargain basement price gives big boys run f...

What is the ToneWinner AD7300PA? Best way I can describe is if the McIntosh 8207 and the Emotiva XPA 7 Gen 3 had offspring, it might be the ToneWinner AD7300PA. This may sound like high praise for an amplifier that is little known in the US. Given the pedigree of the McIntosh and the Emotiva, how could an amplifier built in China be the equal or even close to these High-end stalwarts?
To get this idea that China can’t compete, one has to ignore China's past efforts. Lets be reminded of OPPO brand Blu-ray players. Regarded as the best players ever, some paying 2-3 times more than retail – made in China.
In the same vein, the AD7300PA is a solid well built, seven channel amp, high power output (200 – 300 wpc, depending on configuration), Modern Class H topology, Proven and reliable Class AB output stages, High current switch mode power supply, with excellent audio quality. Weighs about the same as the Emotiva (53lbs) with the McIntosh weighing about 30lbs more.
That extra weight can be attributed to the McIntosh being a straight A/B amp and the Emotiva and Tonewinner is A/B output and Class H topology (this allows the Emotiva and the ToneWinner to weigh much less, alot of engineering goes into the Class H topology). All amplifiers appear to use high quality components, which is to be expected, and unsurprisingly the specifications for all three amplifiers are very close in most cases measurements are the same or within 1% or less.
Initially considered the Monolith but build quality wasn't up to the same standard as the above three, I have also compared to the Outlaw 7000x (Currently own and paired with Denon AVR 3600) but power output was not similar so it was left out.
After looking at the options, purchased the AD7300PA and initially paired it with:
-Marantz AVR7013;
Martin Logan motion 40 towers;
Martin Logan motion 30 center;
ACI titan II subwoofer x2;
Definitive Technologies DT6.5 LCR surrounds x2
Martin Logan IC-6 structural speakers x2
Martin Logan Motion 15i x2
Kaleidescape Multimedia player
Pioneer elite UDP 500LX 4k player
Panasonic UB9000
Cambridge Audio CXN v2
Fluance RT85 Turntable
DISH Network
Sony 900h 85 inch
Marantz AV7706 (Switched to later)
Running through these components, the ToneWinner was pristine. I was expecting to hear buzz, humming or some other sound or electronic anomaly but was greeted with silence when not playing music or a movie. Sound was neutral, leaning slightly towards warm. Separation and depth of sound stage was good especially in 2-channel stereo, you could actually place instruments and voices. There was height to the soundstage without having to employ height speakers, which to me is amazing (Room size: 20Lx14Wx10H). Although soundstage was good I felt it could’ve been better. Not knowing if the culprit was using the AVR as a preamp or the ToneWinner, I purchased the Marantz AV7706 preamp and tried to purchase the ToneWinner AD5300PA but none were available.
This is where AMIR came in. Understanding my situation, AMIR offered to substitute the AD5300PA with another AD7300PA. That meant there might be some unused channels or imbalance in power but another AD7300PA would allow me to grow in the future – 14 channels of pristine power!
Thank you AMIR! I was hesitant at first but AMIR was so efficient, professional and friendly I felt it was a great compromise to the positive, again thank you AMIR.
Once connected, the issue proved not to be the ToneWinner but the use of the AVR as a preamp. Once hooked to the system, the sound stage was even cleaner, broader and with more detail if that is even possible.
All I can say is the AD7300PA is a winner! The single glowing blue meter imparts a fantastic look (Go back to a cross between Emotiva and McIntosh – instead of 2 small meters, one large cyclops). Build quality is superb, on par with if not better than EMOTIVA and getting real close to the McIntosh.
If you’re looking for clean audiophile level power without the crazy audiophile price, look to ToneWinner, easily worth twice the price they’re being sold for if not more.
Only thing not sure of as of yet is durability. Let’s see where we’re at in 3 years’ time. Based on initial quality of build, I’m betting that these amps are built to last a lifetime.
I am glad to have found ToneWinner and SUMMITUSA. I would probably try their preamps but I’m running HEOS which is a Denon/Marantz exclusive so I’m standing pat. And a special thanks to AMIR for facilitating my good fortune.

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Femi Osinowo
Awesome Amp

Got this amp to power my 7 surround floor speakers and I am not disappointed by it. Looks well built and beautiful too.
Aamir was great as other folks have reviewed - many thanks man!