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Old 26th August 2007, 04:58 PM   #1
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Default i need a full range for max 50w

hii i am building my amp.. and i need a speaker system to support maximum of 60watts i dont have much budget
and dont know how to go about it.. guys please help..
i would prefer some thing that si like a book shelf type or.. a bit large and the drivers would either be from JVC car stereo..6" ones or i will purchase some PEERLESS ones but i havent got around it yet.. my amp is ready its a chip amp using TDA7265.. and is good enough for my room.. i would like it around 4 or max 6 ohms drives
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