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Any audio device that has a headphone output can be adapted to feed an RCA cable pair for standard stereo to any audio device with a standard RCA input (except one labeled "PHONO"). Get a cable like the one described here: http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10218&cs_id=1021804&p_id=665&seq=1&format=2
and connect it into any available analog input on ANY audio device EXCEPT one labeled "Phono". Turn the PC's volume control for the headphone volume up. Of course, if you have a sound card with the usual green front speaker outputs that would work, too.
Don't sweat it unless you're going to chain them to an electric arc wielder or something like that. I think your amp would cut out or the sound would get really bad long before a fire started. ;-)
Any typical amplifier that is NOT driven beyond it's capabilities will do just fine. Just make sure the impedance requirements of the amp and the speakers are in the same ballpark. Speakers being too low is possibly a problem but not dangerous, too high is no biggie.
Obtaining the exact copy will be difficult...as follows---
The manufacturer makes production runs then moves onto the next model, only certain original parts are kept for spares then once these are all sold then the spares become obsolete..
There maybe different shades of colour on the speaker material
and it usually fades in use anyway from sunlight and other UV factors.
I would suggest that you make the repair yourself. The speakers them selves are worth saving so if you can ease the front covers of and work out how to remove the material 'matt'. There are curtain shops that sell material so you could go there and choose a material that tones in with your lounge colours and just
install the new material yourself....
The other alternative is to advertise for second hand speakers for this Technics model and replace the complete speakers cover fronts and all...you could watch the for sale sections alos on the internet or newspaper...