Originally Posted by pjp
I use also use one of these in a home-built arcade. It works great in that capacity, but I don't think it works too well as a standalone amp because the volume controls are weird. I can't remember the details exactly, but I think it has independent volume knobs for the sub output and the mains, so you use those amp volume knobs to balance the mains and sub, but then must control the overall volume on the input to the amp if you want to maintain main/sub balance. So it acts more like a 2.1 amp rather than an integrated amp. Also, he has a powered sub, so I'm thinking he doesn't need the .1 amp.
It's very cool to see somebody else using these in a video game -- perfect application for it.
The knobs are:
Sub volume is the volume of the sub but once set, the volume turns both sub and volume up and down. So it should be ok as an integrate amp in my opinion.
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