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    I want to get a amplifier for my PC, I mainly use it to listen to music and watch movie.
    i have found such one online but it seems that this one only support for the output of earphones.
    I got speakers, so I need a amplifier which can do with both speakers and earphone.
    but the one, i am not sure and i am totally an amateur for amplifier.
    so, not sure whether this one match requirements, if you have other recommendations, go ahead. my budget is about 200$.

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    Default Re: racommendation for amplifier

    Assuming your PC has an analog stereo audio output jack, just about any ordinary audio amplifier would do fine. You would need a stereo mini-plug to stereo RCA plug cable to make the connection. It might actually be easier to find a stereo receiver in your price range than an amplifier (integrated or power) in your price range, however.

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    Default Re: racommendation for amplifier

    Here is one option in your price range, a basic Onkyo stereo receiver

    http://www.hometheater.com/content/b...assic-receiver

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    Default Re: racommendation for amplifier

    If you get an audio card such as a Creative SoundBlaster or Asus Xonar, you could then use mini plug to rca cables to hook the sound up to any receiver that has 5.1 or 7.1 phono plug inputs.
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    Default Re: racommendation for amplifier

    If I get a naudio card and to do just as you said, will there be any bad effect on the acoustic effect.
    I hope I didn't misunderstand the if the amplifier is just for earphone?

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    Default Re: racommendation for amplifier

    No bad effect. An amplifier is required to drive either speakers or headphones, and normally integrated amplifiers and receivers have headphone jacks as well as speaker outputs. One question: Do you have just a pair of speakers for stereo, or are you trying to do a surround-sound setup? Also, are you sure your PC doesn't already have an audio card? Most come with audio outputs.

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    Default Re: racommendation for amplifier

    My PC do have the audio card but i am afraid that it dosen't work well, so you always can noise when i play music, i don't know how to get it right.

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    Default Re: racommendation for amplifier

    What are you playing the music through?

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    I have the sa98 and really like it. GranteedEV has the one you linked I think and he likes his as well. I say to for it.

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