Question Speakers for Mini Amp?

kanewolf

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Thanks for the reply.
Do u mean this for the Neoteck? ...
【Drivable】 100W+100W output power, 100W RMS X 2 (4 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.04% THD), equipped with a 19V power supply, can drive 100 watts (8 ohms), 100 watts (4 ohms) speakers
 

kanewolf

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Thanks for the reply.
Do u mean this for the Neoteck? ...
【Drivable】 100W+100W output power, 100W RMS X 2 (4 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.04% THD), equipped with a 19V power supply, can drive 100 watts (8 ohms), 100 watts (4 ohms) speakers
This is the item which first linked -- https://www.amazon.com/Neoteck-Bluetooth-Amplifier-Function-Converter/dp/B07XLLLSFS
In the Product description there is no mention of impedance. In the seller's text at the top there is. I didn't follow to a manufacturer website to see if that info was on the manufacturer's site or not.
To me it is a red flag when the "official" specifications don't address this important parameter.
 
TBH, and given the pricing of these, particularly the Fosi and those speakers...I would look into a lower end receiver with Bluetooth from a known brand like Pioneer, Sony, Denon, Onkyo, etc.
I would then look for a set of bookshelf speakers. I personally adore my Klipsch speakers, but there are quite decent ones around from a variety of well known manufacturers.

For something like this, also check with parts express for "raw supplies" and built out options, as well as LetGo, Craigslist, and such.
 

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