Amplifier for Bose companion 3 multimedia speaker

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cooltoad

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Hi folks,

I am planning to get a stereo amp and speakers. But i also would like to know if i could add an amp to my existing Bose companions 3 speakers(connected thro xfi sound card or as stand alone speakers for my dvd ) as there are no ratings, etc. for Bose. Also, would it make a difference? Any suggestions would be much appreciated
 

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Hi folks,

I am planning to get a stereo amp and speakers. But i also would like to know if i could add an amp to my existing Bose companions 3 speakers(connected thro xfi sound card or as stand alone speakers for my dvd ) as there are no ratings, etc. for Bose. Also, would it make a difference? Any suggestions would be much appreciated

Couldn't say though you may want to try a cheap amp that can run 3-4 ohm speakers as I suspect thats what they are.

Next upgrade would be to get rid of them...I am serious.
 
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murali_n

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Hi folks,

I am planning to get a stereo amp and speakers. But i also would like to know if i could add an amp to my existing Bose companions 3 speakers(connected thro xfi sound card or as stand alone speakers for my dvd ) as there are no ratings, etc. for Bose. Also, would it make a difference? Any suggestions would be much appreciated

hai cooltoad,

The Bose speakers are already powered and you can,t connect a amp with them. Moreover they are not audiophile grade. I have heard them and they sound good only at near fields and hence only fit for PC listening. If you want to have a blast go for a decent amp and speakers set up. BTW what is room size and your source player.

Thanks,

N.Murali.
 
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