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    Power amp in the house ?

    I picked up 2 subs from work pretty cheap and wouldnt mind linking 1 up to my 5.1 system in my room

    So just wondering whats the best and neatest way to power a amp in the house ? or if i could get a amp designed to use for home cinema as cheap as i can get a car amp ?



    Iv powerd up amps in my house before using a PC power supply i had spare but im not keen on using something like that again.

    Thanks for any help

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    proberly the best way to do it mate is a PC power supply i havnt seen it done any other way. Why not make a nice box to but it all in so its neat ?

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    ye after looking more about on google i couldnt find any other way. why i thought some one on here might know something diffrent.

    Any idea on what size of home cinema amp i would need to power a 1500watt (450RMS) sub and what kind of price im talking ?

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    Idealy you would want one that matched the spec of your subs mate I don't no of any of the top of my head it would be just a case of looking, try eBay you might grab a bargin

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