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Kinter MA180 MA-180 12V MINI Power Amplifiers Car Computer Amplifier USB Port Charging

by Kinter

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  • High quality RCA input/output socket
  • 7 LED light for Volume Control, three sound mode change-over switch
  • High-quality cars/motorcycles/computers/audio amplifier
  • Treble,Bass,Balance,Volume control
  • Power switch, with USB port for MP3,MP4 charge
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Kinter MA180 MA-180 12V MINI Power Amplifiers Car Computer Amplifier USB Port Charging + 12v 6a Adapter Power Supply for LCD Monitor with Power Cord
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5.9 x 3.9 x 3.9 inches
Item model numberMA-180
Wireless RemoteNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB006AMF2R8
Best Sellers Rank #12,736 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 20, 2011
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Kinter
  • Model: MA-180

Product Description

Features:
High quality RCA input/output socket
7 LED light for Volume Control, three sound mode change-over switch
High-quality cars/motorcycles/computers/audio amplifier
Treble,Bass,Balance,Volume control
Power switch, with USB port for MP3, MP4 charge

Specifications:
Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.4%
S/N: 75dB
Frequency Response: 29-18KHz
Distortion: <0.1(1KHz)
Output Power: RMS 20Wx2CH (AT 12V DC INPUT)
Supply Voltage: 9-14.4V DC
Material: Aluminum
Color: Pink
Dimension: 4.3x1.6x6.1 inches
SKU: A8CA00034

Package includes:
1 * Amplifier Power(Power adapter is not included)
1 * User Manual

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It does not come with a power cord.
A. Wolf
If you are looking to add a little more life to those speakers of yours, this is a great item to pick up!
Seantbiggs
The sound is as good as my larger sound system in the living room, just not as loud.
Snowflashdrop

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Key on December 9, 2012
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There are cheap amps that produce a loud and clean output at a bargain price, and there are cheap amps that are just cheap. The Kinter falls into the latter category. Yes, I know it's absurdly inexpensive, and I shouldn't expect audiophile sound quality, but I recommend taking a pass on this one. I have a couple of the cheap-o Lepai amps and where those produce a largely distortion-free sound at an impressive volume with even a decent soundstage, the Kinter pathetically limps along with a noticeable hiss in the background at low volumes. As you increase the volume, the distortion comes on quickly and heavily, which means it's probably going to do a number on your speakers.

Maybe folks know this thing doesn't ship with a power supply, but it caught me by surprise when the Kinter showed up with no cord. Since it calls for a non-standard 5-amp supply, plan on hunting around for one and shelling out more money.

Also, as another reviewer noted, the LED cycles through various colors. I disassembled the amp, and you can't pick a solid color, although you could snip the LED or bend it out of the way to dim it, if you were so inclined. The color-changing "feature" is an irritant, in my book.

In case you're wondering why I bought the Kinter instead of another Lepai, I wanted the USB plug to power a wireless input I bought. The USB port (power output only) works, but the rest of the amp is altogether underwhelming.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By CHRISO6 on July 26, 2012
I bought mine, not knowing what I would do with it but I like to play around with speakers and amplifiers and this is very cheap so I figured I might as well get it and play with it. I like this amplifier a lot, for several reasons (not in any order): low cost, GREAT sound quality, the clam style terminals for the speakers make it easy to connect and disconnect speakers, the left/right control knob, the bass/treble controls, the lighted ring around the volume knob making it easy to find in the dark, the 2 choices of input (RCA/3.5mm), the ultra high efficiency (it doesn't take a lot of power in for what it puts out), and the USB port is an added bonus. The best use of this is with bookshelf speakers, it has a relatively low power output so if you want to feel your bass this is not for you. I am currently using this with my Panasonic Thrusters, they are 8 ohms each and take a RMS of 15W, and this amplifier puts out about 20W RMS into 4 ohms, but that is all you need with a speaker that is efficient and for use in a living room or other application. I haven't tried this in a car, but I believe that you would be rather disappointed with the volume due to the low output and the high noise level during driving. The only thing that I can complain about is that the LED on the front flashes every color you could imagine, I would prefer something such as a steady blue to go with the case but it is not that big of a deal.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard L. Baty on October 3, 2013
The Kinter (Handover HiFi Stereo) MA-180H Amplifier is a compact two integrated circuit based stereo amplifier in an extruded red aluminum case (1.65"x2.85"x5.2" [6.1" with mounting flange]), with dull silver front and rear panels secured to the case by 8 screws. An additional screw and nut secures the case to the heat sink of the power output IC to the right side of the case. The front panel is secured to the electronics by four hex nuts and washers. The rear panel is secured to the electronics with four screws with integral washers. The case has a mounting flange to secure the unit to a mobile device. No rubber feet are supplied. The front panel has four chrome plastic knobs (Bass, Treble, Balance, Volume) and a chrome plastic push button on/off switch. The rear panel has a MP3 input, two RCA inputs for left and right channel input, four connections for speaker (wire push in spring loaded), a USB charger, and an input for 12Vdc 5A.
The model I ordered came with a high quality 12 Volt 4 Amp Zitrades power supply. The amplifier arrived promptly in shrink wrap and packaged in a Kinter box indicating that it had not been previously used. The amplifier and power supply were packaged in a sealed and labeled Amazon stocking envelope. Both devices were operational at arrival.
I cleaned the solder flux residue and other contamination from the PWB before making any measurements. Otherwise soldering workmanship was excellent, with evidence of hand soldering of those components (with flux residue) which could not be wave soldered.
All of the amplifier components are on one PWB which slides into the case. The PWB has a solder mask on the circuit side where the through-hole components are soldered.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By zar on March 5, 2013
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This amp uses a bridged TDA7377 and a noisy AX358 op amp. Changes/mod made: replaced R7 and R8 with 4.7Kohms,
C5 and C13 with 100pF ceramic caps, replaced AX358 with 4558 and the annoying tri-color led to a cool blue led.
The mod made not necessary if you are using the amp in a noisy environment.
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Amp produces decent audio quality. Am using it to drive one of http://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B009RGJ47S/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_44 with the intention to get a second one at a later date. The amp is actually able to put out more wattage than the sonic transducer can handle which is great! One problem I found while connecting it up is that the RCA jacks and the fader are both marked correctly but the left/right next to the speaker connections are reversed. Was getting no audio for a while till I tried the other set.
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