Actually funnily enough I thought the amp was slightly warmish on the lower end of the spectrum but after burn-in the amp became more transparent and the neutral sound was evident. It is indeed a splendid amp disregarding the inexpensive price-tag. But since most people do consider costs I'm sure they won't mind! It's a win-win situation.
That's just it. It's still neutral but still has emphasis on all 3 areas (bass, treble, mids). Very nice emphasis on bass and treble IMO. I think this emphasis on the bass also compliments the mid range as well :). I agree though that initially this amp is more noticeably warm and treble could be a bit harsh. But after the burn in period all is G ;).
Edited by lee730 - 11/24/12 at 9:52pm