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Yes. The frequencies at which these children perform is actually the opposite of music. Any musical device will begin to deteriorate immediately.
By James on June 18, 2014
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Unlike line level audio sources like DVD/CD players, tape decks, FM tuners, mini disc, etc., which have output voltages anywhere from 0.7V to 2.5V, the output voltage from a magnetic cartridge installed in a turntable is very low (2-5mV), and requires additional amplification. This additional amp stage, the phono pre a… see more Unlike line level audio sources like DVD/CD players, tape decks, FM tuners, mini disc, etc., which have output voltages anywhere from 0.7V to 2.5V, the output voltage from a magnetic cartridge installed in a turntable is very low (2-5mV), and requires additional amplification. This additional amp stage, the phono pre amp, was built into most older receivers and audio amplifiers, allowing direct connection of a turntable. However, since the CD entered the market (early 1980's), the vinyl records and turntables were declared obsolete. Audio equipment manufacturers slowly phased the phono pre amp out. Newer stereo equipment, including most mini-systems and home theater units, have no magnetic cartridge phono input. In order to connect a turntable, you need to first pass the signal thru a phono RIAA equalization pre amp. see less
By A J W Lokhorst on March 1, 2013
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Yes. A cigarette lighter adapter will absolutely work. You would need to connect a miniature plug on the other end that fits where the wall supply normally goes.
By Merlin29677 on January 24, 2013
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This amp only has a line in, and RCA in. The voltages from a mic are far below line voltages. If your mic has a preamp it might work (usually a single AA battery could provide enough voltage for preamplifying the signal).
So, no. But you could get a microphone preamp, and pair it with this amp.
Connecting a mic strai… see more
This amp only has a line in, and RCA in. The voltages from a mic are far below line voltages. If your mic has a preamp it might work (usually a single AA battery could provide enough voltage for preamplifying the signal).
So, no. But you could get a microphone preamp, and pair it with this amp.
Connecting a mic straight to the amp, you will have to max out the volume, and barely get any signal out. see less

By H B on February 14, 2013
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At 20 watts per speaker it can get quite loud at full volume. You definately can hear it in the house with the door clsed. That said perhaps limiting a 17 year old teenager to 20 watts per channel is a good thing.
By Jon Gribble on June 22, 2013
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Measured with calipers it appears to be 2.5 mm.
By T. Leising on January 15, 2014
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No, this amp does not have a dedicated low level subwoofer output.But Yes, if your subwoofer allows for high(speaker) level input and has outputs. My HSU VTF 2 has these and I have used this with my subwoofer. If you look up the Orb Audio T-Amp, it does have a dedicated low level output. Good luck with your project.
By BRIAN G. on August 31, 2013
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Yes. They do on my unit. If I plug in a source to the RCAs and the line in I hear booth sources at the same time.
By Jeff Sloane on June 4, 2013
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Yep.... 100-240v, 50-60Hz. As an aside, for adding sound to a new zone (mine runs in-ceiling speakers in the bathroom) this little amp rocks. As long as you aren't blasting it, the sound is both crystal clear AND warm. If you try to run too much bass or too much overall volume, it rapidly begins to distort but as lo… see more Yep.... 100-240v, 50-60Hz. As an aside, for adding sound to a new zone (mine runs in-ceiling speakers in the bathroom) this little amp rocks. As long as you aren't blasting it, the sound is both crystal clear AND warm. If you try to run too much bass or too much overall volume, it rapidly begins to distort but as long as you stay under that threshold, fantastic sound. see less
By Chamberlin on May 26, 2013
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Depends on the cartridge on the turntable. Some magnetic carts might not have enough to drive the Lepai amp. Most likely it will work unless the turntable is fairly high end. You will need to connect the turntable audio leads to the amp with RCA cables. Then you just need speakers and wire to connect them and power for… see more Depends on the cartridge on the turntable. Some magnetic carts might not have enough to drive the Lepai amp. Most likely it will work unless the turntable is fairly high end. You will need to connect the turntable audio leads to the amp with RCA cables. Then you just need speakers and wire to connect them and power for the amp. I don't remember if the p ces with a power cube or not. see less
By John D. MacRae on November 4, 2013