Griffin Twenty Digital Audio Amplifier Review

Conclusion
If you want wireless audio but aren’t interested in an all-in-one portable Bluetooth speaker, then Griffin’s Twenty definitely deserves your attention. Twenty will output 20 watts per channel to 8 ohm speakers, has a subwoofer line out, optical input, and supports high quality Bluetooth codecs (AAC, aptX). Beyond Twenty’s features, it is super easy to setup with its always on Bluetooth discovery, and seamless switching between inputs. Not to mention Twenty is pretty stylish. Twenty might be seen as a bit pricey at $149.99, but it gives customers the freedom to pick their own speakers, and offers more input options than a standard Bluetooth receiver. Twenty is meant to be an elegant and integral piece of your homes entertainment, not the all-in-one that accompanies trips to the beach. ThinkComputers awards Griffin Twenty a 9 out of 10 score.

Pros:
– High quality and low latency wireless audio (AAC, aptX)
– Subwoofer line out
– Optical input
– Quality crossover
– Easy to setup and use

Cons:
– Skips and stutters if two devices attempt to play audio at the same time over Bluetooth