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Amp for bookshelf speakers?

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Fry's electronics had a 2 day sale on Polk Monitor 30 bookshelf speakers for $50. I bought a pair because I figured that these low end hi-fi speakers will destroy any computer speakers in this price range. However, I now wonder how to power Polks. I could always get a cheap 2.0 amplifier, like Sherwood, or a used one from garage sale, but I want to know if there is perhaps something more compact for my application?

BTW, I don't want to buy Dayton's DTA amplifier from Parts Express. There are already too many bad reviews it seems.
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one of the Topping units TP20MKII for example should get things going well for you. what is you budget for the amp?
http://www.amazon.com/Topping-TP20-MK2-TA2020-Digital-Amplifier/dp/B005F5U86G


Used stereo receiver or integrated amp can be very good if you have the luck / patience to hunt something down. I own a bunch of vintage / used gear


right now I'm listening to a Kennwood KR-V106R ($20) and Monitor Audio Silver S1 speakers ($11.25) pretty snazzy for barley $30


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