2.1 for PC
I have been slowly working on my ultimate desk setup for my PC's and have decided that my new project would be audio. I saw a video that detailed a pair of polk audio bookshelves and a stereo amplifier while giving a compact amp as a possibility. I wanted to see if I can get some advice on selecting a compact 2.1 amplifier. My HT setup is Denon and klipsch vf-36 filled out to 5.1 I have wanted to try out some other brands for a while so recommendations would be appreciated. I was currently looking at a max budget of $250 w/o subwoofer (but it can go up if needed). Are there any quality compact amp's or should I just find a cheap stereo amp?
Follow up thought, I have always wanted to go the amp/pre-amp route just to see what it's all about and maybe this could be a starting point. I could start cheap and when I want to upgrade I can give this to my blind friend who I need to get PC speakers for anyways.
edit: I have been looking around and found a pyle and an audiosource 2 channel amp and I'll worry about the sub later. Thoughts? Also I ran across some tube amp's and I'm so intrigued. I'm going to guess that they don't fit into a desktop PC and probably aren't that durable not to mention I'm sure the cheap ones aren't that great, but I think it's really cool. Gonna do a little looking around just out of curiosity.
Last edited by petriebird; 07-14-2017 at 05:07 PM.