Especially as you wanted to include it in your ranking, without even a slightest mention of the fact that it's a surpassed product that's not made anymore. The deceivment that this can cause at a superficial sight (which - in a swift digression - is the only sight of many) is obvious, given that "0HA" is common to the entire series of amps. Would/could you have done the same with, say, a Xin Supermacro v1 ? No, I think not.
Sorry I wasn't as nice to your favorite little amp as you'd like But really, to call it "deceptive" makes you guilty of thread-crapping, and I don't appreciate that.
Actually, I had wanted to use the Xenos 1HA for the review, but they aren't shipping yet (I do have one on order). I wanted to include a Xenos amp. I'm not sure why it is unfair to include this version of the amp. I had it on hand, and I think it still serves as a somewhat valid comparison.
But for anyone who might have been confused: the 0HA I have is NOT the newest version of this amp, and it's possible that the newer versions might have fared better or differently. I have a Xenos 1HA on order, and I will add it to the review when it comes in.