The Lepai has two sets of stereo inputs on the rear panel: one 3.5mm minijack and one set of RCA...

Lepai LP-2020A+

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  • The Lepai has two sets of stereo inputs on the rear panel: one 3.5mm minijack and one set of RCA (red/white) jacks. Note that the LP-2020A+ doesn't have an input selector. The RCA and 3.5mm inputs are both on all the time, so if, for example, you had your TV and iPod hooked up and turned on at the same time you would hear both of them over the speakers connected to the amp. That's no big deal -- just turn on only the source you want to listen to. Alternatively, if you're using a PC as one of the inputs, you may well appreciate the always-on inputs, since you'll be able to hear the computer's alert sounds mixed in with the second audio source.

Recent User Reviews

  1. krishtrinity1
    "You will get more than what you paid for"
    Pros - actually sound good,clean to a limit
    Cons - what do you expect this cost only 20$
    There is only so much that you can expect from a amplifer that is priced 20$,as long as you don't compare the sound to a 400$ integrated amplifier this little amplifier actually sounds good for the price you pay.Make sure you use a 12 v 5 A powersupply if you want to get the most out of this amplifier.Get a set of micca mb42x and lepai amp and you have a kickass hifi speaker that you can give it to your kid or something.
  2. Johnnythegeek
    "Nice little amp, emphasize little"
    Pros - Cheap but still provides good audio
    Cons - can't handle bigger speakers well
    I bought this amp as I was searching for something small to run a pair of small bookshelf speakers for a desktop PC setup. Ran across the 2020+ and thought wow how good could a $25 amp sound, right?
    Well, I ate my thoughts once I got it hooked to my small Polk's. At low to medium volume the little amp can provide pleasing power and the best part is if you have a pair of small speakers sitting around or you buy a pair for say $50 or less. You'll have a way better sounding small system then any Bose or PC speaker system out there. besides the Audiengine systems or more expensive setups. But for a investment of less then $100 especially if you already have speakers. You can have a decent small system, that probably cannot fill a large room with loud audio. But certainly a office, bedroom, or other smaller room with good volume. The big question mark with a T amp is that it runs out of steam when pushed in a hurry. I also find  Bass not so solid, and treble seems a bit brash on some music. Hardly
    annoying enough to condemn a amp at $200 let alone $25. As with the rest who reviewed this, I concur that for the money its almost a no brainer to just buy one and play with it.
  3. HyperDuckling
    "Nice sound for price!"
    Pros - Nice, warm sound!
    Cons - powersupply, background noise
    Just bought this amp (actually bought two, because of the pricetag!) and at first, when i powered it on, i was a little worried, as it wouldn't light up in the front, but i just left it their lying on my floor, and when i came back to my room it worked... *easy problemsolving* :)
    This little mini amp sure have an amazing sound/price ratio, and with a little modifications, it actually sounds really great! the bass and clarity are a little boosted, while the mid sounds a little muddy, but overall it's definetly worth the 20£ i payed for it (with upgraded powersupple) I'm not an audiofile by any means, but i do own some headphones (ex: Sennheiser Momentum) and my uncle have some 10.000$ speakers, so I do know a little about sound... so back to the modifications i was talking about, recapping the whole thing makes it sound quite a lot better, but the biggest difference (I believe) was upgrading the powersupply; from the stock 12v 2a to a 12v 5a, as the stock one simply doesn't deliver enough power.
    So overall this mini amp is definetly worth its pricetag, but probably not worth the "Hi-Fi" label. as one of the other reviews said: "You will not find anything remotely close to this amp's sound quality at this price range. But if you do have the budget to afford something better, that might be a better route to go."

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