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Amp for small studio
tarkovsky
post Oct 27 2012, 03:37
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I own a really small studio at 270 square feet (~15 feet X 18 feet). I'm putting a sound system in and my main question is about the amp. We of course have neighbors all around us. I want it to sound good. I like nice lows when I listen to music, and during movies it would be nice to hear the voices clearly. It obviously doesn't need to be too powerful.

I was wondering, about what level of rms amperage should i be looking at? Also, I am partial to Yamaha amps, anyone recommend one that may suit my needs? My wife also likes/wants karaoke, but maybe that will we'll accomplish using another device, some blue ray players have that option i've seen. Just in the dark on that as i have never set up karaoke before.

Thanks!!

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tarkovsky
post Nov 3 2012, 01:36
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Thanks Arnold, that is really helpful advice. I do very much value quality for the money. Seems likely I could move it one day anyway, so buying something with even a little more power than I need would certainly not hurt. I'll look into the mentioned speakers first, and then the low end 5.1 receivers. I am also interested in the "upscaling" of the receiver from a dvd player. This is another area i'm grey on unfortunately. But I take it if it has an hdmi out i should be good one this.

Thanks again to all.

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