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Old 8th December 2012, 08:20 AM   #1
3putt2o is offline 3putt2o  Canada
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Hi there, i would like to start by saying everything on this site is new to me including the forums. I have recently purchased a Lepai 2020A+ amp, two speakers (Pyle Blue label 200W 5.25" PL53BL) and a Pyramid Power 300W 6" sub. Is there anyway to hook these together into the 2020A+ amp which only has connections for two speakers. I realize this question is very primative. When ever i try and do the research my mind goes crazy with design possibilites. Thank you for your time. Hope to engage in more discussions in the future.
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You really need a 3rd amplifier for the woofer. The Lepai, i believe, is a bridged amp, so you need to be careful not to connect the 2 black speaker terminals together. Lepai has a slightly more expensive amp that is 2.1, separate amps for the HF speakers and an XO and amp for the woofer.

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Old 8th December 2012, 08:49 AM   #3
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hey there Dave, thanks for the quick reply. If you are suggesting i may need a third amp for the woofer would you also be saying that i need two amps to run only the Pyle speakers?
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