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Advice needed for a newbie

Discussion in 'AV Pre-Amp/Processors & Power Amps' started by sparkle999, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. sparkle999

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    May 25, 2002
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    Hello all,

    I hope this is in the right bit of the forum. I am intending to have 2 audio sources (PC's, actually) sat near to each other. I have been wondering what the best way to set up the sound for them would be, especially given that both may be playing at the same time. We will be using them for playing games etc, probably with surround sound.

    Option 1. An amp and a set of speakers for each. Nightmare - can you imagine a room with 2x set of surround speakers?

    Option 2. A simple AV amp that can flick between source A and source B. One set of surround speakers. Sounds like a reasonable solution I guess, but what about:

    Option 3. Some sort of AV amp [hint: this is where I hope some expertise can be injected!] that can play A+B at the same time - or is that a no-no?

    I would appreciate your opinions, many thanks

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