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What amp do I get for my speakers? Suggestions please :) Answered

I'm looking to find an amp for RB-41 II Bookshelf Speakers for home use. I'm looking for two amps. 1) an amp that will play these speakers well an then 2) upgrade to an amp that can handle more speakers and a sub woofer.The speaker's power handling is 50W RMS/ 200 W peak, with nominal impedance of 8 ohms

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leedaasianboy
leedaasianboy

8 years ago

I actually live in Nebraska. sorry for the confusion. I was looking to buy online... I'm new to this, but I just want an amp I can use for a couple years that i can later add other speakers to

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frollard
frollard

8 years ago

Virtually any home theater amp will be able to handle 30-50 watts/channel with ease, and many these days have a/b outputs so you can add more channels outputs later.

Since you're running 2.0 then 2.1 and maybe 4.1 5.1, you're still in the very inexpensive league of amps. I'm a big fan of pioneer, yamaha, and onkyo.

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leedaasianboy
leedaasianboy

Answer 8 years ago

I'll only have that amp, the 2 klipsch speakers at that point. I'll add other speakers and a sub later. Can you tell me specifically what amp I should buy? preferably less than 200? This is a big help. Thank you

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frollard
frollard

Answer 8 years ago

Really find a reputable electronics retailer and wait for a sale. At that price range, you'll really not notice a difference other than aesthetics.

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steveastrouk
steveastrouk

8 years ago

If I presume "LeedsAsianBoy" is in Leeds, West Yorks (where I went to university), I suggest you go to Richer Sounds on New Briggate.

I like Richer Sounds, tell them your budget and they give honest answers.