Older JAMO Passive to Active conversion - Need advice

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Hi,

I've got an old passive Jamo A 210 SUB from with 2x 8" Drivers.
I don't know much about the SUB but here are some specs i found trough Google:


Power: 2x100W (2x150W peak)
Sensitivity: 90 dB/1W/1m
Frequency: 30 - 200 Hz
Impedance: 8 ohms


What plate amp would you suggest for this subwoofer conversion ?

Or is this a deadbeat SUB and i should just buy an active one ?


Here are some pictures of the subwoofer itself:

Outside:
http://193.238.185.184/images/2626808?size=original&index=2
http://193.238.185.184/images/2626808?size=original&index=3

Inside:
http://s12.postimage.org/hqjne64jh/20130215_133728.jpg



Regards,
John
 
i think that with this one you will be fine
Yung SD200-6 200W Class D Subwoofer Amp Module w/6dB@35Hz 301-506

but what about the satellites.. do you have an amp for them ?
or you just want to use the sub as it is,, no satellites , like to add bottom end to a tv
ahhh now oc your configuration,
the sib bux have the high pass filters inside, to drive the little satellites
well, you will need a 3 ch plate amp to drive the sub and satellites then
or what is your plan

Explain better what you want to do

also this is a nice 3 ch budget amp that dont break the bank and is class D
but. you will need to get a 12v power supply for it is a car amp
http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarA...mpaign=pricegrabber_shopping_Price_Comparison
 
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Explain better what you want to do

Thanks for the reply maxo,
sorry i didn't make it clear how the setup is going to be.

I will not be using the satellites with the subwoofer, my setup is:

AVR: Yamaha RX-V 773
Front Speakers: Yamaha NS-777
Center Channel: Yamaha NS-C444
Back / Surround: N/A (will buy this year)

So basicly i just want the convert that subwoofer from passive to active to plug it into my subwoofer slot on the receiver.
These NS-777 floorstanding speakers pack a punch bass wise when listening to music but i'm lacking bass in the movie watching department :)

Hope this clears it up!

Thank you again maxo!
 

You think this is enough to power 2x 100/150w subwoofer speakers ?

The wiring on this amp is just single - and single +, how would i go about connecting the two speakers to the amp without blowing things up :drool:

Specs of the subwoofer speakers:

Power: 2x100W (2x150W peak)
Sensitivity: 90 dB/1W/1m
Frequency: 30 - 200 Hz
Impedance: 8 ohms


-John
 
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