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Where can I get a cheap AMP for back channel?.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by scott_tinari, Oct 11, 2001.

  1. scott_tinari

    scott_tinari Stunt Coordinator

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    Where can I get a cheap amp to power my back channel. I have a Pionner Elite VSX 35 reciever. Iam looking to spend between 100-150 dollars. Thanks and I dont wanna get one online either. Online is not an option. thanks
     
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    Have you looked at used stereo (2-ch) amps? Some local audio stores have a section for used gear. Perhaps you might find something hidden in there that fits your bill. Or check out the Hardware For Sale/trade section in this forum for possible sellers if that doesn't fall under "not online" for you..
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    I definitely third the used receiver with main-in's suggestion. You aren't going to find a decent standalone amp used for under 150, pure and simple.
     
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    A cheap receiver or integrated amp, either new or used, is the least costly solution. Use the auxiliary or any line-level input and take advantage of the tone controls, which could prove useful for reducing rear-wall boundary effects, for example.
     

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