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Old 10th October 2004, 06:55 PM   #1
dome406 is offline dome406  United Kingdom
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Question Amplifiers?

I have built a pair of adire audio kit 281's and need a new amplifier and dont really know what would be a good one to get/build. I am willing to spend 500 to 1000 on one. Not sure whether to build one or buy one, I am thinking about surround sound and building some more speakers.

What amplifier should i buy/ build to get full use out of my adires?
What woud be good surround speakers to compliment
my adires?

BTW i am very new to electronics and not sure if i am up to spending alot o fmoney building somthing that i might screw up.

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