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Topic # 25007 9-Aug-2008 13:31
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I have two small speakers that came from a PC 2.1 speaker system. The sub/amp broke on that but the two RCA speakers still work.

Basically, I want to know what power amp I will need to continue using these small speakers as part of the PC.
The PC sound output's ~20mV (simple m/b soundcard), but the sound is far too low to be heard on these speakers. I could design/build a simple amp but I'm too lazy.

Any ideas? Thanks. 

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  Reply # 155394 9-Aug-2008 13:33
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Also, sub has no voltage/power details on it and is moulded shut.

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