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Lepai LP-A68 Digital 2 x 15W Amplifier with Remote/USB/MP3/SD/FM

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  • All-in-one amplifier with SD/MMC card and USB input
  • Up to 2 x 15W of output
  • Power supply, IR remote, and FM antenna included
  • 4-ohm stable
  • 12 VDC power supply included
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Lepai LP-A68 Digital 2 x 15W Amplifier with Remote/USB/MP3/SD/FM + LP-2020A+ Lepai Tripath Class-T Hi-Fi Audio Mini Amplifier with Power Supply + Belkin Audio Y Cable Splitter 1-Mini Plug, 2-RCA Plugs (6 feet)
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Specifications

Brand NameLepai
Output Wattage15

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Lepai
  • Model: LP-A68
  • Output Wattage: 15
  • Surround Sound Channel Configuration: 2

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 6 x 1.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00721Z1AE
  • Item model number: LP-A68
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,741 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 26, 2012

Product Description

The Lepai LP-A68 combines an FM tuner, MP3 playback with SD/MMC card and USB support, and an IR remote control together with a minimum footprint stereo amplifier that can be used virtually anywhere! Front mounted treble, bass, and volume controls, as well as a four function EQ with pop, jazz, classic, and rock settings (accessible via the remote control), allow you to dial in the sound to match your taste and get the most out of your speakers. Power supply is included, and a 9-1/2 long collapsible FM antenna is built-in, as are a set of stereo RCA inputs and a stereo 3.5 mm stereo input. Specifications: ; 2 x 15W RMS ; Power requirements: 12 VDC ; DC power input jack: 2.1 mm x 5.5 mm ; Stable down to 4 ohms ; Minimum THD: <1% ; Signal-to-noise ratio: >80 dB ; Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz ; Input impedance: 47k ohms ; FM tuner frequencies: 87.5 to 108 MHz ; FM receiver sensitivity: 16 dB ; FM signal-to-noise ratio: 60 dB ; Channel separation: 39 dB ; Dimensions (including mounting flange): 6 W x 2-3/4 x 1-5/8 H.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It sounds great!
David S Harrold Jr.
This plus a good pair of bookshelf speakers sound amazingly better than an expensive soundbar.
AJB
The FM radio tuner would not pick up even one station.
William A. Graham

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By R. Berry on August 11, 2012
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While this is a cheap alternative to what I'm used to, It makes a perfect dust proof radio for the garage.
I have it set up with a pair of Infinity surround speakers bought from an auction site.
It sounds great, works well, and within a couple of minutes, the remote becomes a real tool.
The remote itself is about 1.5 x 3.25 x .25 inches, so cute, but very functional.
I used the scan function and it found a bunch of LOCAL stations my harmon kardon don't receive.
The mode button changes from FM radio to any of the alternate inputs.
I have not tried multiple inputs simultaniously, but the usb works as a charger for my mp3 player, and inputs on back accept 3.5 mm stereo, or RCA inputs, either with clear sound.
I got no noise or static, the nearby Tulsa radio stations are clear and loud.
The power supply is a simple Vonage 2 amp brick, almost the size of the amp.
I have no doubt that a larger input device could help if you are trying to power larger speakers.
For a device that came with no manual, this was simple to figure out and use.
I hope you have as good of experience with this as I have.
About $30 to the house, it's hard to beat.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Jackson Roykirk on January 21, 2013
On August 12, 2012 I purchased a Lepai LP-269FS amplifier from SainStore,an Amazon vendor. I used it very little but did use it some. On the evening of Jan 15 2013, just before I went to bed I smelled smoke. After a quick search I found that the amplifier was burning inside. I unplugged it and after blowing the smoke out of the house I took the unit apart. A small component toward the rear of the board that everything mounts to had gotten hot and caught the board on fire. It was very lucky for my wife and I that this occurred before we went to sleep or there might have been serious consequences. I would have thought that a circuit breaker would have tripped either in my home or in the unit before there was any possible danger of fire but it seems otherwise. I emailed Amazon and SainStore all of the details and sent a picture of the burnt part to SainStore at their request. I also requested a new unit if possible from SainStore. Kudos to Amazon, who took quick action and started an investigation to see if there is a safety question with the unit or just a serious glitch in mine. They stayed in touch and could not have been better. I just found out yesterday that Amazon is refunding what I paid for the item and SainStore had said they were sending a replacement the day before. When SainStore found out that Amazon refunded me they sent me an email insinuating that I was trying to cheat them and that they were out of stock on the item they said they were sending. I was angered by the tone of their email as I had asked for nothing from either Amazon or SainStore except a request for replacement of the item that had caught fire.
Upon checking I found that SainStore besides insulting me, had lied to me about the Lepai LP-269FS being out of stock.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Stan Wayne on May 31, 2012
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Just got this and have been playing with it. The sound is good, but there is a low frequency hum that becomes very pronounced if you touch the case. The harder you touch it, the louder the hum becomes. Initial impression is this is a grounding issue as there is no ground wire. Am still playing with it and will update later.

UPDATE: The humming nose occurs when I touch the amp. The harder I push on it, the louder the hum becomes. Remove my hand and it goes away. This occurs even when adjusting the sound level or using the other controls. The humming seems to abate when I remove my fingers from the controls or the case so it is not that big of a problem and I do appreciate the sound volume and quality as well as the compact size of the amp. The lack of a manual is still a problem as I have not figured out all of the nuances of the amp's functions.

There is no documentation with it. I went to manufacture's web site and there is no support option to find documentation. I did try a SD card in it and it plays fine, but I do not not limits as to what sixe card is supported or file formats. There is a USB connector, but again no idea what it supports. This is a major flaw in my opinion as is the lack of support option on manufactures web site.

There is an FM radio built into it. It seems to work fine, keeping in mind there is not way of knowing what station it is on. I think there is a way to set presets, but without documentation, not sure how to do that.

It is very small and the controls are hard to work as the amp tends to move when you try to minupulate them. This will not be a problem if I screw the amp down as it appears is the intent. The remote control works good and can adjust volume, mode, and track. It also turns the amp on and off.

Will update later as I use it more.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By RLR on September 28, 2012
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The only thing wrong I could find was a dead button battery (2.4V instead of 3) so I couldn't verify any remote control. Don't even know if I'll use the remote so not a big deal.

Mine came with a red anodized case. It's TINY. Contains basic source options (FM radio,
MP3s on SD or USB, line level inputs via 3.5mm or RCA connectors). Took me about two seconds to figure out the rudimentary controls, I've no idea why so many reviewers complain about no manual. Maybe they just want to read more Chinglish.

I set it up on a tile floor connected to two 6.5" 2 way coaxial auto
speakers also laying on the floor. Verified all source options, radio
reception is OK although you can only listen to stations strong enough
to stop the scan; there is NO feedback whatsoever. You get a button
to scan up and another to scan down the dial. MP3 via flash memory
works as expected and sounds fine, although their decoder coughed up a
couple of squeals just like the old Xing decoder when I randomly
pressed the up/down buttons. Plays in order of flash file storage;
good thing I use a randomizer. I also attached my MR-3020 router
running Squeezeslave and streamed music from my server, everything
works fine.

It sounds a bit thin and reedy, which I expected from a chip-based
audio amp. That surely wasn't helped by box-less speaker cones
sitting on the floor, and I hope it sounds better attached to
assembled speakers. The 24W power supply is sufficient to make loud
noise although theoretically the amp is capable of 30W. Separate
bass/treble tone controls work exactly as they do on every car stereo.
No tone control cutout, I'll just set them to 1200 and not worry.
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