About the cheapest speaker I’d be confortable recommending would be this one: The speaker you are looking at are all about Quantity , not quality. If you go for this type of product, I’d suggest finding it or something similar on Amazon and check out the reviews to give an idea of the level of performance and reliability you can expect. Big sound means amps with power and speakers that can handle it. Nov 27, at 5: I’m afraid amps with big power output will not be cheap. Nov 28, at 3:
Nov 27, at Yes, my password is: Yes, it will function, and if you are in your bedroom, and your parents aren’t stone deaf yet , then when you play music, music will play. But you have to understand the amp you are getting. The speaker you are looking at are all about Quantity , not quality. Better to get an Active Sub that has built-in amps which also makes the Sub more versatile.
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AlexLeenNov 26, In that sense, yes, it will work. Big sound means amps with power and speakers that can handle it. Dec 1, at 7: Hi AlexLeen I doubt there’s anyone on AVForums that has any experience of the speakers you mention because, frankly, they appear to be tat and most people tend to steer clear of these type of products.
Fine for your bedroom, but nothing bigger than that. Home listening and mixing? Nov 28, at 5: Help With Speaker setup. Nov 26, at 6: As has been hinted at, it depends on what you mean by work. Nov 28, at spb-2 This is why I don’t think anyone will recommend products like this.
If you go for this type of product, I’d suggest finding it or something similar on Amazon and check out the reviews to give an idea of the level of performance and reliability you can expect.
Mar 24, Messages: Do you already have an account? So again, if you have those giant speakers in your tiny bedroom, and you are not playing at deafening volume, it will work fine, within the limits of the amp. And can you tell us how you actually intend to use this system?
I am going to buy a speaker system for my shed which is good for parties, i have found 2 speakers and a sub but im not sure the the amp will work with it, if this wont work then what would i need to make these speakers work? That will all be built into an Active Sub.
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The size of the speakers has more to do with loudness than the power of the amp. In particular, it’s very difficult to gauge the power output of the in-built amplifiers a “maximum W power” doesn’t tell us much so no-one can make a sensible guess sreie how loud the speakers will go – unless someone’s actually heard them.
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Nov 27, at 5: Or perhaps a bigger amp? If you have a Passive Sub, then it will need its own amplifier, and probably crossover network. BlueWizardNov 28, Nov 26, Messages: Your nickname or email address: I’m afraid amps with big power output will not be cheap.
What is your source? How big would you recommend? How big is your “shed”? Jul 13, Messages: But you have to understand the amp you are getting.
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Which means the amp is really Jun 19, Messages: If you shop around, even on Ebay, you can probably find Active Subs more in your price range. Nov 27, at I think for most home stuff, W is an overkill. Yes, it will function, seris if you are in your bedroom, and wkytec parents aren’t stone deaf yetthen when you play music, music will play.
Nov 26, at 5: Maybe sub not even necessary?