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post #1 of 2 Old 07-21-2013, 03:09 AM - Thread Starter
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i dont have too much exprience so i want to ask probably a stupid question.

I want to power my 3 pairs of external speakers. Would such an amp be ok?

i was thinking of getting the sonos for simplicity, but then i realised that i would need to get three of the expensive amps, so i forgot about that one for now...

If i get three of these, the job would be done again, instead of buying the above?

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For background music listening levels and easy to drive speakers (ie. 8-ohm, 87db+ sensitivity/efficiency) the first amp should be more than capable.

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