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Old 11-10-2004, 04:51 PM
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I'm wondering about this plate amp to run my infinity Kappa Perfect 12.1. I'm also wondering what kind of inputs it has, because i want to connect it to my computer. I'm also wondering how many powered speaker outputs it has, along with it's powered sub output.
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Old 11-10-2004, 04:58 PM
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it looks like you can run 4 speakers from that, it has an rca in and out. but i am not sure on that i am just going by the pic. this is going to run the kappa in the house ?
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Yeah it is going to run it in my dorm room. I've got some dumass above me who thinks he is all high and mighty because he can rattle my roof with his crappy logitech system. I'm just wanting to show him up, and I have a spare sub sitting around and a few dollars to play with once I get my insurance money from my car.
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