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Lepai LP-S60 4x25W Desktop Mini Amplifier with Remote USB MP3 Media Card FM

Brand:|Model: LP-S60|Part # 310-306
The Lepai LP-S60 four channel stereo amplifier is designed to look and operate like a car stereo. Advanced features not found on other mini amplifiers include: FM receiver, MP3 decoding with USB and SD/MMC card inputs, an IR remote control, and an antenna. Trim ring included for flush mounting.
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Part # 310-306
  • All-in-one amplifier with SD/MMC card and USB input
  • Up to 4 x 25W of output
  • Power supply, IR remote, and FM antenna included
  • 2-ohm stable
  • Wide input 9 to 14.4 VDC input voltage for many applications

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Lepai LP-S60 4x25W Desktop Mini Amplifier with Remote USB MP3 Media Card FM

Lepai's LP-S60 is an all-in-one mini amplifier modeled off of a car stereo that features an FM tuner, on-board MP3 decoder with SD/MMC and USB input, stereo RCA audio in with pass-through stereo RCA audio out, an IR remote control, as well as power output for four speakers. The built-in LCD display shows you the mode of operation as well as displaying time elapsed for MP3 files and the radio station tuning frequency. Using the scan function via the faceplate or remote control places the LP-S60 into scan mode which autosaves radio stations into one of five locations for quick selection.

Front mounted treble, bass, and volume controls, as well as a four function EQ (accessible via the remote control or the volume knob), allow you to dial in the sound to match your taste and get the most out of your speakers. A wide input voltage range of 9 to 14.4 VDC allows the LP-S60 to be used in automotive or mobile applications. Included with the amplifier are: an IR remote control, a 12 VDC, 3A power supply, and a 16" long FM antenna. A removable trim ring is included for flush mounting applications. The faceplate mounted stereo 3.5 mm auxiliary input jack offers quick MP3 player and smartphone connection.

Specifications: • 4 x 25W max (output power is dependant upon power supply) • Power requirements: 9 to 14.4 VDC, up to 5A • DC power input jack: 2.1 mm x 5.5 mm • Stable down to 2 ohms • 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 feet and trim ring): 7-3/8" W x 5" D x 2-3/8" H.

Product Specifications
  • Special FeaturesFM Tuner,USB Connectivity,SD Card Input,Remote Control
Lepai LP-S60 4x25W Desktop Mini Amplifier with Remote USB MP3 Media Card FM
  • BrandLepai
  • ModelLP-S60
  • Part Number310-306
  • UPC844632089381
  • Product CategoryHome Audio Amplifiers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (44 Reviews)
  • Weight2.15 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Lepai LP-S60 4x25W Desktop Mini Amplifier with Remote USB MP3 Media Card FM is rated 4.0455 out of 5 by 44.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good little amp from the car audio repurpose bin.It appears to be a repurposed car stereo modified as a home amp. I bought this to run a non-powered zone from my Denon AVR. Just a couple little speakers for the deck and garage. It works, but it's not going to rock the house, it's 25 watts. For $28 though I have no complaints. Had to force 16 ga wire in there so don't plan any long speaker runs.
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It is what it isThis product not anywhere near it's advertised output. However, this can be configured as a pre-amp and with the option of adding an inline eq tu run to a more powerful amp. The supplied remote works very poorly.
Date published: 2015-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great amp for $, not 2 ohm stable, wrong specs.I got my Lepai LP-S60 4x25W Desktop Mini Amplifier recently and one of the main reasons I got it was because in the description and pictures it says the amp is stable down to 2 ohms, which for me was a big deal, maybe not for other people but it was for me. So I bought a AC/DC power adapter somewhere else for cheap that was 12V and 5 Amps to get the full 60 watts RMS out of it, but was disappointed to see on the back cover that it's only stable from 4-8 ohms. For the price it's not the end of the world, but it would be nice if the items Parts Express sells have the specs that they advertise, since I was going to use it in a 2 ohm configuration. And they haven't emailed me back about it so, for the money I'm not gonna pay return shipping on it. It's a nice clean fairly powerful amp for it's size. Compared to the Lepai 2020+ 2 channel for the same or more money, I'd much rather have this one, and my remote works great, the FM stereo is fair at best but I don't listen to the radio anyway. I tested it last night and was able to get 10V AC Max, on a 4.2 ohm sub, which works out to 23.8 watts max per channel with the 12V 5 Amp power supply, which is 95 watts, and 67 watts Root Means Square/RMS. It sounds great with the 3 Amp power supply but doesn't make as much power. The only thing that doesn't really do anything but hurt the sound is the presets for the EQ, like Rock, Classic, etc. they make it sound horrible, so they can't be used. But the bass, and treble controls seem to work ok. I like the 3.5mm input in the front and the stereo RCA inputs and outputs in the back. You could use it as a car stereo if you really wanted to. I'm gonna use it for my computer surround sound, or to control all of my homemade bass shakers, with volume, bass control, and remote, and the use of 70 Hz Fmods X-Overs it should work pretty good since the 5 inch Sony speakers I bought from, bass shakers I built for $5 each only need 10-15 watts each and work amazing. I just don't get why there are so many different specs on the back of the same units, some say 9-14.4V 5A/2-8 ohms, 10-18V 5A/2-8 ohms (PICTURE ON THE WEBSITE), 12-18v/5A 4-8 ohms, and 14.4v/5A 2-8 ohms.*********My manual has a picture of the back on one that says the input voltage is 14.4v period, and 5A, and also says Output Power is 2x45, or 4x45, meaning the amp would be bridgeable which I haven't read anywhere that it is, and I don't plan on trying, on the back of my Amp it says 12-18V 5A/4-8 ohms, not the "2-ohm stable. Wide input 9 to 14.4 VDC input voltage" specs it has on the website. When I tested the output wattage of the amp going to a 4.2 ohm 12" sub I was able to get 10V AC on the 200V multimeter setting, which works out to be 24 watts per channel Max, and 17 watts per channel Root Means Square/RMS, which is pretty darn close to the 100 watt specs on the website for Max power. P=(ExE)/R or Watts = (AC V squared) divided by ohms of the speaker being tested.*******And the last review, has the same specs as mine on the back of the amp. The specifications on the says 2-ohm stable Wide input 9 to 14.4 VDC input voltage for many applications??? That's a lot of different voltages, and it's advertised being 2 ohm stable and mine is not, and a lot of others being shipped out are not. I have a 18V 3.6A power supply (which is 65 watts) that should work just fine if I go by the specs on the back of the amp, but every one I've seen online don't go higher than 14.4V, so if I send it too much voltage to the amp, I don't want to damage it. If I do go by what it says on the back of my Amp I could run 18v at 5 amps with the right power supply, and that would be 90 watts, almost the 100 watts it's advertised making. With a 3 Amp power supply you're not going to get anywhere near 100 watts, 3*12=36 watts. I got 5A power supply new for only $9.00 online. Anyway, don't buy it if you really need a 2 ohm stable amp, since it won't be 2 ohm stable. It's a nice amp for what it is, and the instructions are in English, the remote works fine, and has 4 different inputs on it, with an stereo RCA out to daisy chain amplifiers. Hope this helps.Briane Howland
Date published: 2015-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet, Little, Light and Loud!This unit comes well packaged with a 12 volt dc power supply rated at 3 amps. It has a remote control and an antenna wire attached to an RCA plug, which is what the FM antenna connection uses (RCA jack). Since I had a spare 12 volt supply capable of 5 amps, I swapped that out, and connected up a set of Fluance SX-6's. The volume control is one of those continuous rotary types with no stops, so it will turn and turn and turn. Pressing it in brings up the mode choices for the bass, treble and preset EQ settings. These are also available with the remote. Overall sound quality is good. Deep bass and clear highs are available with the proper tone control adjustments. They can cranks the SX-6's quite well. Playing through either USB or SD card slot worked great. There's no shuffle play, which is a downer, but oh well. I immediately noticed upon playing that this unit is much quieter than previous Lepai units I have owned. Quieter in the sense of lower noise that I can only describe as a "sizzle" in the background. I was beginning to think that the "sizzle" I heard was an inherent problem with Class D amps, but obviously not, since this unit doesn't suffer from it. The volume knob is tight to turn and when I press it in to select a mode, sometimes it stays and I have to pull on it to bring it back out to normal. The speaker connects are good and easy to access. A nice feature also is a set of RCA outputs that let this unit act as a deck, separate of the amplifier. You could connect it to a much larger amp and really crank some tunes. I'm very pleased with this little guy.
Date published: 2015-05-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wonderful little gadget! I really love mine!!Very versatile, and for the price a "can't beat it sound for the cost".The only 'down' side I have found is that it is difficult to tune in FM radio channels (although the sensitivity/selectivity are very good). Also the tiny remote doesn't seem to work very good... you have to stick it within a few inches of the receiver to work.I don't like the fact that it doesn't have a "SHUFFLE MODE" for the chip or USB device. I have to listen to all of my songs 'alphabetically'.For my garage workshop, it is fine! AND you cannot beat the price!Terry B.
Date published: 2015-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good for the priceI got this little unit about a week ago. Hooked it to my bedroom tv and now I have speakers in all 4 corners of the room. The reason I gave it 4 stars is the remote only works within 5 feet from it. So I moved the unit closer to the bed in order to use the remote while laying down. over all I am happy. A lot cheaper than a sound bar.
Date published: 2015-05-18
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Lepai LP-S60 4x25W Desktop Mini Amplifier with Remote USB MP3 Media Card FM

Does the unit retain settings after disconnect from power source?  I.e. If it's connected to a switched power plug, will it turn back on automatically at the same volume settings?

Asked by: Yellowmonster

I couldn't find this question previously answered. If installing this in a vehicle, can you connect the DC input directly to a car battery? If so, should you use a 5 amp in-line fuse?

Asked by: Speaker Guy
Yes this can be wired directly to a 12 volt source. An in line fuse would be recommended.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2016-01-21

Can you run this with just two of the channels? Can it be bridged?

Asked by: BCM2
Yes this can be run with only two channels, but it cannot be bridged.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2016-01-18

I am looking to distribute low power audio to multiple rooms(news, talk radio, etc), so I am interested in something with a mono output option. anything in this price range that has mono output?

Asked by: frcbss
You will want to consider a 70 volt type of system. Those are usually mono and can be tied to as many speakers as you want, as long as they are 70 volt compatible and you don't exceed the amplifier output power.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2016-01-13

I have an S60 that I use with a directv reciever for music channels. Sounds very good for such a small package. My question: Is there a remote code I could use to program my DTV remote with so I could use it with the S60? Another brand and model? 

Asked by: quick573
Their are no known codes from another brand that will work with Lepai products. The remote would have to have the Lepai brand codes in its memory or have some learning capability to work with the LPS60.
Answered by: GregT
Date published: 2016-01-22

What are the dimensions of this unit? I can't seem to find it in the specs. It looks to be about the size of a car stereo unit.

Asked by: Big Kahoona
Dimensions (including feet and trim ring): 7-3/8" W x 5" D x 2-3/8" H.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-08-19
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