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Old 30th July 2014, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default 2.1 Class D Amp help

Hi everyone

I'm looking for a relatively inexpensive solution to powering two bookshelf speakers that I recently built. I would also like to run them along with a subwoofer in the near future.

I'm willing to do anything. Buy a premade amplifier, build my own, whatever it takes. But I'm having some trouble finding out how to get started building my own amps. Are there any good 2.1 designs out there I could use to get started? Or do any of you have a premade 2.1 board that you would recommend? Hoping to keep this under $100.

I'm about as green as they come with this type of thing, so any additional help that you can provide would be more than welcome!
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