I had the Classic 60 for a while. It is a very functional and somewhat innovative combo for little money - at least here in Sweden where it is a bit more expensive than the BA112. The EQ section works very well, IMO and has a clever selectable "inverse" function between highs and mids, widening the impact of a seemingly simple bass / treble eq.
Ins and outs are well catered for, and are all low noise and with a large range of level.
It gets rather loud and sounds flatter and "better" than many comparable combos but it is not equal to ie MarkBass CMD121P (which is also a lot more money.)
The Classic 60 has a couple of flaws. The piezo tweeter does sound like a piezo; peaky and harsh. It is not switchable and turning the highs down robs too much of the sound IMO. The second flaw is the annoying mechanical hum that comes from the transformer, at least at our 50Hz models in Sweden. It is not amplified through the speaker but originates from the transformer itself. I measured it with my SPL meter (C-weighted, slow) and it is as loud as the LMII with its fan running. But the since the transformer noise has a pitch and low frequency components, it "carries" much further and disturbes more than a typical small fan, especially with the Classic 60 sitting on a hardwood floor.