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Old 14th October 2012, 12:50 PM   #1
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Cool Need help, buying parts for my project

I am new to all this and more i read less i understand. So any help would be welcome.

I plan to build something like techaffine | Wooden iPhone/iPod speaker docks

But not wanting to spend much I got wood, this drivers and already had this amp

pair(2pcs) HiEND 4inch full range fullrange speaker defy lowther & fostex & Aura | eBay

2*15 watt @ 4ohm, TA2024 D-class Audio Amplifier Board | eBay

So as I am a noob , can someone tell me If this amp is any good for this drivers (don't mind to buy another one).
Also how do I add volume, bass and treble connectors and more then one input to the amp?
I would like to add ipod dock, 3.5 in and Bluetooth.

Thanks for all the help.
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