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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
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That's a nice stereo amp. More power isn't going to help; it would only help making it louder. And even then, if you go from 50 to 100 watts, you are only adding 3db of output. Takes 10db of additional output to be perceived as twice as loud. So don't expect a lot just from more power.
How are you inputting the sound into the receiver? Is it from the headphone jack of a phone? The motherboard audio line out from the back of a computer or from a laptop? If so, might be the analog signal is not that good. If you have a DVD player, trying plugging it up and see if you get better audio quality off a CD.
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