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Advice on Small Cheap Receiver

I'd like to hook up speakers and sub to my computer. I just bought Onix Rocket Tyke speakers and sub. They are old but I own AV123 X-LS speakers and they are awesome. (You guys remember those?) Anyways, on the Onix Rockets I can't find any info on how many watts the speakers are, anyone know? I know that the sub is 100 watts. What kind of small amp should I get for this setup?



I'd like to get a small amp and don't really want a AV amp because they are too big, although I guess I could buy one if someone could tell me what small cheap AV amp I could get.

I was thinking about this:


Kinter K2020A+ Limited Edition Original Tripath TA2020-020 Class-T Hi-Fi Audio Mini Amplifier with 12V 5A Power Supply Black

But it's only 20 watts RMS per channel, not sure how many watts the Rockets are but I'm guessing maybe 50?

What do you guys think?


I'm thinking more about getting one of those small amps listed above because the only reason why I would want a traditional big AV amp is so I can also listen to the radio on it, buy my Sandisk MP3 player has a really good stereo already built in so I could just run a aux cable from the Sandisk player to the cheap amp and listen to the radio that way.
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