LP202A deconstructed by HiFiLust
Cheap and efficient. Tube amps with terrible topography just can’t hold a note to the brilliance of cheap Chinese engineering.
Distorting just beyond a touch of nine on the dial, Lepy’s LP2020A somehow outperforms the worst Chi-Fi tube amps in bit-perfect output.
HiFiLust basks in the blue of an LP2020A
…your father’s T-amp. The latest incarnation of the LP2020A is of the Yamaha YDA138 class D variety.
Yamaha Yonder made in Bukang
Volume at 11 barely drags into -69dB. Earth-shattering sound isn’t what you’ll get from this baby.
However, if you’d desire bit-perfect reproduction at low volumes, the LP2020A is, ahem, a cheap… the cheapest you’ll find.
Outputs that almost purr on HiFiLust from the LP2020A
Ooomphs of bass!!!
Available when bit-perfect is disabled, bass can be overwhelmingly DJesque with a press of a button and turn of a dial.
There isn’t a cheaper way we say.
HiFiLust on a cheap!!!
With bit-perfect bypass 2.8
For bass-heads after bypass 6.9
2×20 watts RMS @ 4 ohms
SNR: >88 dB
Impedance 4 – 8 ohms