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Subject: home stereo design

Date: 04/07/03 at 3:05 AM
Posted by: DJ Losch
E-mail: djlosch@hotmail.com
Message Posted:

building a home stereo w/ some nice and not overpriced car audio equipment (bose tech specs unreleased for a reason...), but im doing it from scratch. wondering how the connections would work so i can do the following:

rca jacks connect to an equilizer which connects to a 300 watt rms 4 channel amp which connects to 6 speakers of various size, and then the equilizer also connects to a 700 watt amp which connects to 2 12s. the system has to be able to plug into a standard us power outlet. i was thinking that _maybe_ this could be achieved by using a computer power supply, but im not sure how the wattage works with that.

if i have this general idea wrong, lemme know. my purpose is that i run everything off my computer anyways and i want to get rid of the old crappy home stereo stuff and build something with some real power.

also, by building the system myself, i can customize the boxes to make the system semi-portable for parties and such. by having the input signal connection be rca's i can hook it up to basically any sound source from cd players to laptops to mp3 players...etc.

my basic question is how do i do this all. consider money to not be a heavy variable.

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