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How to hook up mtx loudspeakers to cd player

Hi, I'm wondering if i need a reciever or an amp if i were to buy dual dj cd players and hook them up to MTX loudspeakers. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?...

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  • Stuart
    Stuart Mar 25, 2008

    You will need at least an amp if there is not one built in to the CD Decks. But make sure you get one to match the speakers.
    Ask in the audio shop they should know about the maximum, rms, and peak power stuff etc.
    Mismatched speakers and amp will cause problems. Either the speakers will be overdriven by a big amp when you turn the volume up, or the speakers will put too much demand on the amp and could damage the amps power output stage. It is important.

    Hope this helps.


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