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180 Watt Stereo Hi-Fi Sound Amplifier

Original price $14.99 - Original price $14.99
Original price
$14.99 - $14.99
Current price $14.99

This stereo Hi-Fi sound amplifier has a 180W output and features treble, bass & volume controls. This sound amplifier is supplied with a power adapter that hooks to a standard arcade power supply and an audio cable and has an On/Off power button on the front of the unit.

There is a 3.5mm audio jack input and 2 x RCA audio inputs on the back of this sound amplifier, which allows you to connect Pandoras Box, Arcade Classics and any other gameboard with a 3.5 output.

Input Connections
Power: DC 12V 2A
Audio: 2 x RCA audio inputs
Audio: 1 x 3.5mm Audio Input

Output Connections
2 x Speaker terminals
(1 x Signal & 1 x Ground for each speaker)

Stereo Amp Unit
Length: 15.5cm (Including mounting brackets)
Width: 9.8cm (Including knobs)
Height: 4.2cm

What's Included:
1 x Stereo Sound Amplifier
1 x Power Terminal End
1 x 3.5mm Jack To Twin Male RCA to 3.5 Male

Power Output: 180W
Max Input Voltage: 12V-18V DC
Output Impendance: 4 - 8
Frequency Responce: 100Hz - 20KHz S/N 85db T.H.D 1%

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Timothy Bowers
It’s Adequete

It’s a cheaply made amp, but it’s adequate for an Arcade1up conversion. My first one had issues with the spring clips coming off, but DIYretroarcade sent a replacement that did not have the issue.

Loud enough sound

It could get really loud and blow speakers, but you do have to tone down bass to avoid hearing distortion. Power is more than sufficient in this case. The volume knob is where the kink is at. At low volume, only one channel makes sound, then about 50%or greater, you get both channels, but one channel keeps cutting off. At about 75 to 80% level, both channels remains working. I guess you can't expect too much from 10 dollar amp.

Carl Phillips
Cheaply made

Ordered the first one a few months ago but didn’t get around to installing it in a A1UP Cabaret 60in1 conversion until a couple weeks ago. Seemed to work ok initially, but after powering it on and off a few times, it started making an increasingly loud buzzing noise in the speakers. We then started noticing a strong acrid plastic and electrical burning smell and unplugged it from the wall. Found the electrical connection going in to the back of it had arced in the socket and was burning the end of the cord. Fortunately we were there with it when it happened or who knows if it would have burnt down the house. Ordered and paid for a replacement, but not very confident it won’t do the same.

Steven Brown

Works as it should.. Easy to install in my Arcade 1Up cab.

K Staller
Best audio amp for 1up conversions.

Solid audio amp. I used it on my first three 1up conversions and it worked well. I tried the cheaper audio amp for my fourth conversion (ArcadeSD Jamma) and found it was finicky and would cycle power if the volume was turned up to a reasonable volume. Replaced the audio amp in the conversion with this one, and it works across the full range. Spend the extra few dollars and go with this amp. No surprises and solid performance, regardless of which platform you use in your conversion.