@Riffman: Just one, and not at high levels with the 60's (people were sleeping). I later ran the 40's to pretty good levels for short periods, but wanted to take it slow. I will try the 60's again today. My wall wart is only providing 300mA, so hopefully a bigger supply will help with higher volume and control. This is where the mods come in too.
Overall, at normal levels it's pretty good with most things I play. Perfect for a computer or bookshelf system I think. When I plug my NAD back in there's an obvious improvement though. Better control, dynamics, bass. Replacing the T-amps caps is supposed to help a lot in that area.
@samandnoah: Post them wherever you want
@nautec: That would be nice, but I wouldn't know how to do that. You might try using the T as a power amp with a simple pre-amp. People seem to recommend a tube pre, but I'm sure there are affordable SS with remotes going around. In this case, you can either turn the volume on the T all the way up and use the pre for control, or actually wire it directly to the input jacks. A quick search and here
is a remote controlled passive pre, the Creek Audio OBH-22. I guess that could work? Not sure...
"The OBH-22 is purely passive and does not introduce any gain or distortion into the signal path. It is therefore suitable to be used as a control pre-amplifier, provided the sensitivity of the power amplifier that is being used is high enough to be driven directly from the source. i.e. CD player or tuner etc."