Channels: 2 - stereo amp
Output: 2 x 20 watts RMS, 4 -8 Ohms
Power in: 12VDC - power supply(12V, 2A)
Input connections: RCA, stereo mini plug (3.5mm)
Speaker connections: spring clips
Weight: 1 lbs
Manufacturer: Lepai - owned by Parts Express
Links: manual pdf
Decent sound, very light weight, inexpensive. With given power supply, amp begins to distort at higher volumes, will turn off after cranking the volume @ 3/4 of the way. (The mods linked below are supposed to fix this.) Actual power output not as listed, but mod may help this as well.
Spring loaded clips only for speaker connections are not as stable as posts or banana plug connectors, and can wear out over time with constant connecting/reconnecting. Can pop out, but are easily fixed.
Pairs well with most low powered exciters.
This link discusses modifications to the amp, including changing the power supply and the capacitors.
DIY Audio has a thread dedicated to modding this amp.
Comparable to the Dayton-DTA-1 in terms of size, power, weight, and sound. Has RCA inputs, which the DTA-1 lacks, but does not have the DTA-1's ability to run on batteries.