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  # 1829276 25-Jul-2017 19:11
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If you are looking at budget amp options, you might consider a SMSL or similar 'Class T' Chinese amp.

I have a Topping 30w driving 2 Jensen bookshelf speakers on my TV setup. Plenty of grunt for our medium sized lounge. The amp is tiny and sits behind my TV (high WAF).

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  # 1830389 25-Jul-2017 22:49
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Thanks for your helpful advice everyone. I thought with getting an older amp I'd give it a bit of a clean. It seems though, with the advances in technology and more energy efficient modern class D amps that I may just get more bang for my buck in the long term (lower electricity cost) by buying a newer class D amp, as long as they sound decent.


I remember the Pioneer A400 when it first came out, it had rave reviews and performed beyond its price point. Thanks for mentioning it.



 
 
 
 


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  # 1831746 26-Jul-2017 17:13
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heard most of the big dollar stuff.

 

 

some of it is actually worth the ask.

 

 

right now in the affordable arena there has never been better sound for the money.

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