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Component speakers question

 

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Username: Bigjay

Post Number: 56
Registered: Sep-04
Ok, question, I know that it is said that you need an amplifier if you are going to use component speakers. I am looking at the alpine CDA-9833 head unit that has a built in amplifier in it and is rated at 60x4 RMS. Is that head unit able to run components fine with the internal amp or do I still need to put a separate amp in to run the components?
 

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i'm pretty sure that its 60X4 max so its about 25 to 30 RMS in reality. anyway, depending on what kind of components you get, they can still sound good. I know that the infinity components sound good with only a HU. But if you find the money later on, a 2 channel amp if definitely recommended.
 

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Username: An_eagalach

Annandale, VA US

Post Number: 51
Registered: Aug-04
The CDA-9833 is a very nice HU, but Anonymous is right on target, 60w x 4 is the maximum -- that means with high distortion -- and 26w x 4 is the continuous output rating. For any decent component set, 26 watts is going to sound pretty anemic at even reasonable listening levels. Go for the separate amp.
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