Digital AMPs - Bel Canto

I just bought a Bel Canto eVo 2 Gen 2. I was running my LCR channels with a Bryston 5B st. Now I use the Bryston for the Center and surrounds, and the Bel Canto for LR.

The Bel Canto is AWESOME. Smooth and detailed - without the "brittleness" I sometimes hear from the Bryston.

So... here's the fifty dollar question...
Anyone know if the digital archetecture (sp!)can be supported (repaired) say 10 years from now? I want to go Bel Canto for all my channels, but am a bit worried that I couldn't get service years from now.

I don't think it will be a problem. First, while one cannot be certain of any company's long-term prospects, BelCanto seems to be doing very well across a wide line of products. Second, the amps consist of commonly available parts plus the Tripath module. The latter, since it is used by many manufacturers is likely to be available as a replacement part for many years to come. No guarantee of that, of course.
I would look at it this way. If they break ten years from now you can probably buy a new one(used one) for very cheap relative to what a new one will cost. I have an evo-6. This might be a good idea for getting all of the rest done in one box.
Having my Bel Canto eVo2 driving my B&W 604 S3, very musical and dynamic.

Nobody knows what will happen within the next 10 years; one thing, Bel Canto has been around for quite sometimes busy making Tube Amp, now they are moving into SS and even more innovative the D/T class amp.

Good work Bel Canto!