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#4939398
I was just wondering if anyone had a write up on how to add an external amp to my setup using the GBFans soundboard. The included 10 watt one just doesn't seem powerful enough for my speaker setup. I want it to get louder, and anything over half right now gives distortion. Was looking at a using a two channel 50 watt amp. Was hoping to find one that is compact as well.

Any help is appreciated.
#4939976
I'm having the same issue with distortion and am now wondering the same thing.. it's odd because no one else seems to need one and claims they can get very loud but all the pack sound effects cause a crackling distortion. I tried the gbfans speaker and some car speakers.
#4940135
Ive really been falling in love with this amp that I picked up from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074F ... UTF8&psc=1

It will take 4.5V-27V input power. I dont use a GBFans soundboard, so your experience may vary.

The GBFans soundboard has a screw in speaker output and the amp has a headphone jack input, so that may be a little tricky. I did find this adapter you could use:
https://www.amazon.com/Ancable-2-Pack-3 ... 592&sr=8-5

The other trick would be powering it. I use a 5v power bank with two separate power outputs. Most packs use a single 12V battery and I honestly dont know enough about current to know if it will be as easy as wiring the amp into your battery pack.
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    Neat! Thanks for the info!