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Is it a dumb idea to have PA speakers in bedroom? For music

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Ok last week I recived a set of Rockville RSG12 passive PA speakers and a Technical Pro ia25u amp as a gift. I feel like the amp is a pice of crap. But i think the speakers are actually pretty nice. I only need them for music. And its just the right and left speaker. But my question is. Is it ok to use these speakers the way I am using them. I plan to get a rockville amp with Bluetooth so i can use my phone instead of a USB stick. Also I am pretty sure that this technical pro amp is not 600 watts like it says. It seems week 

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Whatever floats your boat will work.  Will you get fine detail from the drivers in these PA speakers?  Most likely not.  Will it make sound? Yep.  Will it get loud? Sure.  I'd look at a Crown amplifier for these speakers. Something from the XLS line.

 

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Whatever works for you is fine, nothing is dumb in audio, well almost nothing.


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These are DJ speakers, 99db efficient, great for parties but not designed for serious listening. But you should be able to make them work ok if you

ditch the amplifier... see user review below from AudioKarma

 

https://audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/technical-pro-ia25u-sd-usb-integrated-amp-review.474654/

 

you should only need 20 quality watts in your setup, I'd suggest something like the NAD 3020 V2 which has a 30 watt rating and Bluetooth support

 


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Dave

 

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