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Old 29th April 2011, 04:52 AM   #1
niyonsv is offline niyonsv  India
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Default Need an amplifier for my speakers.

I've got two speaker boxes (old) each containing three speakers - a woofer, a mid and a tweeter.

The speaker company is Bolton.

Underneath each speaker have written their details.

WOOFER (10") : 25 A W 22 8Ω 50W MAX
MID (5") : 12 D M 2 8Ω 40W MAX
TWEETER (3") : 8 B T 2 8Ω 50W MAX

Each speaker box have a small circuit board (may be for signal transmission) inside.

I don't have an amplifier. I don't want to build one. I need to buy.So I need which type amplifier should buy.

It'll be great if anyone helps me.
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Old 29th April 2011, 06:46 AM   #2
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The circuit board in the speakers will be a crossover network,
Crossover Networks for Loudspeakers

Only you can decide what amp to buy... depends how much you have to spend and what your expectations are... and what your speakers are like.
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Old 29th April 2011, 07:09 AM   #3
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I don't have an amplifier. I don't want to build one. I need to buy.So I need which type amplifier should buy.
Almost any amp will do. But if you buy commercial one that is cheaper than $100 (new) or $40 (used) you might be disappointed if you had a high expectation. Good DIY amp will outperform those. May be you can contact local DIYers. They may have plenty that they can sell to you (Here I have close to a hundred amplifiers. I think I can give away one if you stop by )
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Old 29th April 2011, 08:07 AM   #4
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Do preassembled boards like those of Hifimediy and Arjenhelder count as DIY or commercial?
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Old 29th April 2011, 08:17 AM   #5
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Do preassembled boards like those of Hifimediy and Arjenhelder count as DIY or commercial?
It doesn't matter .
At least , you'll need to have the skills to build and connect a proper PSU , fit everything inside a cabinet ,insert the plug into the mains ,power up !!!
HURRAY !!!!
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