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Old 8th October 2004, 05:11 PM   #1
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Question amplifier for a stiga sledge that runs on 18V

I have decided to make my sledge play music, and therefore I need an amplifier.
I am as noob as it is possible to get, so I wonder if you could help me build one...

The speakers I have planned to buy is on either 4 or 6 ohm, I don't quite remember which one that is cheapest for now...

Since I just have started on ground course electro, as it is called here in Norway, I donít know much, but I certainly know how to solder, and where to buy parts

Could you help me on a part list, a directions on how to assemble the parts?
My sound source is a Sony Discman if it is necessary to know...
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