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Old 23rd December 2011, 01:25 AM   #1
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Default Small Amp with 2 Inputs or More

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Is anyone aware of a small amplifier with multiple inputs?

Here's my situation:

I want to set up a stereo in my living room, but I don't want a miserable mess of wires. I could use something like the Dayton amp pictures above, but it appears to have just one input. I need something with two inputs or more.

Basically I don't want to be locked into a single device, but I don't want to hassle with a full-on audio receiver. Ideally, I don't even want a remote. Basically just an amplifier that I can plug a Playstation III and an iPod and maybe one more device into.

Something with 30wpc or more would be ideal, as I'd like to avoid having to purchase a dedicated subwoofer amp.

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Old 23rd December 2011, 12:05 PM   #2
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add a B1 to an F5.
That gives you two stereo inputs.

If you want small, add a B1 to any small 2channel power amplifier.
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Old 23rd December 2011, 07:59 PM   #3
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I get the impression you are looking for a retail solution - just a simple product that takes a few inputs like an integrated amplifier without all the bells and whistles and no design or building DIY involved - right or wrong?

There are plenty of approaches to retail products for your needs so a little indication will help get a useful response,

As for a mess of wires, if you want simple, reliable connections between devices, you can't avoid wires but short, twinned cables are tidiest, Don't buy cables on the offchance that you might need the extra length one day. The only way to avoid them is with a bluetooth or similar wireless system which is better to source as a package of matched devices with the Ipod dock built in - for cost and simplicity alone. These are mass-market items and no big deal to browse in most any catalogue.
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