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Old 27th September 2011, 07:53 AM   #1
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Default Amp to power 1x15", 4x5" & 2xTweeter

Hi everyone,

I would like to get some advice regarding the options for amplifier(s) to power the following speakers

4 x Dayton Audio PA130-8 5" Full Range PA Driver
2 x Pyle Pro PDBT18 Bullet Horn Tweeter Pair
1 x Peavey Pro 15 Low Frequency 15" Speaker Driver

These speakers are going into an arcade cabinet I'm building as such I'd like to keep the required space for an amp to a minimum. The amp only really needs 1 input channel from a PC and preferable stereo.

With that in mind can anyone recommend a single amplifier that can run these speakers well (if that possible at all)? I don't have a great budget, but I will consider all options.

Thanks in advance

Josh
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