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Negative as well as positive SHILL REVIEWS are a persistent and widespread problem on Amazon...in fact, it's an entire industry (google "reputation management")...many of the biggest corporations (e.g. Bose) use them!
By Eduardo Neecha on April 29, 2014
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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 … see more 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. see less 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.
By technical-engineer on October 21, 2013
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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.
By Jason P on December 4, 2013
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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.
By Nicholas A. Huntington on October 27, 2013
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Yes
By brian on February 24, 2014
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It has rca inputs, and speaker +/- outputs. So it can connect directly to an audio source, or like in the way I use it, to a preamp output on a reciever. This allows you to power rear surround speakers, or perhaps another zone in or outside your house.
By 131north on September 13, 2014
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The latter...volume knob on the receiver only.
By P_J_P on December 31, 2013
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I'm afraid it does.
By Dennis on November 30, 2013
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Pretty sure it was an upgraded power supply I have purchased 3 already no problems
By Reefdonkey on August 19, 2013
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This is not a portable unit. It requires the included power adapter to operate.
By Mom of Five on February 16, 2014