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Old 28th February 2001, 08:05 PM   #1
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does anyone know of a kit that does either of the following:

a pre-amp that accepts at least one six-channel input along with a few two channel inputs.

a multi-channel amp with output > 70 watts.

I know these things aren't all that tricky to design yourself, etc, but I really just get a kick out of soldering these things together. I'd really like to get something in a nice case, but I can order on if nec. Any help would be really appreciated. I've built by own two-channel system (mostly assemblage equipment) and I'd like to accomplish the same for a home theater set up.
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Old 19th November 2006, 08:42 PM   #2
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Default Multi-Channel Amps

Digital Amp Kits that just want to be made into multi-channel amps.
Some can plug in crossovers, EQs, DSP.

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