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Are you saying that these recent negative reviews are false? I was beginning to get nervous; my amp is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. Btw, I just discovered that many of the negative review comes from those who have not been verified as owners. Those who are verified by Amazon as actual buyers seem to give good reviews.
Oct 30, 2013 by Jonathan
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This newer version includes a delayed output relay to prevent loud speaker pops when the power is turned on / off. Also, some of the older units were sold with power supplies that couldn't quite supply enough current to provide adequate power. I've heard the newer power supplies are better. There's probably some other changes that I'm not aware of. If anyone can elaborate, please do.
Oct 21, 2013 by technical-engineer
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The negative reviews for the "newer" version seem to come primarily from "new" Amazon reviewers who have, not verified their purchase and in their short review histories, positively reviewed iFinity products. It looks to me like some the negative reviews for the lepai amp have been faked.
Oct 27, 2013 by Nicholas A. Huntington
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I'm afraid it does.
Nov 30, 2013 by Dennis
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The receiver defaults to using the 3.5mm input. If there's something playing on that input, that's what the receiver will play. If there's nothing playing on the 3.5mm input then the receiver will use the RCA input.
Dec 4, 2013 by Jason P
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The Lepai unit IS the receiver. You run whatever signal (computer, MP3 player, CD player) ypu are trying to amplify into the Lepai Amp via RCA connections or 1/8" (standard headphone size jack) stereo plug. Your speakers connect into the rear of the Lepai unit (standard speaker connections). I'm using this unit to power my audio from my computer. I'm using it to power (2) bookshelf size 3-way speakers. It works great in the small bedroom that I'm using in it. It's probably not big enough to adequately power speakers for use in a living or other large area.
Sep 13, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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The power into the amp is 12v. 2.0 amps. Power into the supplied power supply is 110v.
Feb 23, 2014 by Back Row
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Pretty sure it was an upgraded power supply I have purchased 3 already no problems
Aug 19, 2013 by Reefdonkey
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I'm using the amp for my flat screen tv, which only has a digital audio out. The tv's speakers aren't very good. I run the digital audio out to a digital to analog converter. Then it's a simple matter of hooking up some speakers. BTW, the amp is well worth the money if you can use its configuration.
Sep 4, 2013 by thsus
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