I just started reading about all kinds of amplifiers because I am using volumio on my Raspberry Pi B with a Panasonic SA-PM28 Hifi-System and i want to get rid of the bulky standard reciever! The transformator is always buzzing and i dont need Tape/CD/Radio, when using volumio.
Sadly though, the speakers do use 2 channels, one for high and one for low. So to use these really good speakers I need a Bi-Amp, which I frankly know nothing about.
The technical specs of the speakers are 70W@6Ohms for each, High and Low.
So I need to know if it(for example) would be possible to get 2 amplifier boards with 100W2 each. Or ofcourse one board with 4100W. Ive read a lot about the TPA3116 boards here, but sadly I couldnt find an 100W or 4 channel version.
So in short, here are the things i need from an amplifier:
- at least 3 analog inputs, switchable (hard- or software/Pi)
- 4 Channels at 70W@6 Ohms
- really clear and good, but not earth shattering sound
- cheap is always nice, since I am studying and on a small budget
- volume, bass and treble control would be neat!
So would this be possible? Or am I overlooking something?
An what would be the best way to achieve all this?
If you information on the SA-PM28 there is even a Service-Manual linked on google!
Two of these perhaps?
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