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Any hi-fi wiz's in here?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Entro123, Nov 17, 2005.

  1. Entro123

    Entro123 Junior Member

    Joined: Mar 17, 2005 Messages: 134 Likes Received: 0
    I've got two speakers and my computer, that's it. Now I need an amplifier to get my computer connected to the speakers - correct?

    What's the differencet between an amplifier, an analog amplifier, a digital amplifier, a pre-amplifier and an effect-amplifiers?

    My goal is in the future when I have more money, to get two 1210's and a mixer. Id' also like to get surround sound hooked up to my TV/DVD. So if I'm investing in an amplifier it should be one that can meet those needs correct?

    And following this, which one would you compare to someone who doesn't have a lot of money but would still like decent sound?

    Than you.
     
  2. beardofzeus

    beardofzeus Member

    Joined: Aug 5, 2005 Messages: 408 Likes Received: 0
    most computer sound systems are relatively cheap and are powered so you dont need an amp. For less than a hundred bucks you can get a 5.1 speakersurround sound system that sounds pretty decent and has enough power for average household use(tv or computer), plus they come with a small subwoofer. Much less hassle than dealing with speaker wire's and amps and shit.

    But if you are talking about Audiophile quality sound....spending money shouldn't be a problem.
     
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