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You can plug almost any sound producing device into an audio amplifier to produce louder sound. However, ensure that the amplifier produces the tonality you are looking for. Cambridge amplifiers boast superb sound by stripping back on non-essential components and concentrating on those that matter most, resulting in richer sounds. Integrated models are great for installing in a car’s cockpit, but non-integrated models best suit home use, such as surround sound systems.

For more technically minded people, or those that are just downright adventurous, you can construct your own amplifiers with kits from manufacturers like Toshiba. Complete with all the necessary components, they let users put them together in a variety of layouts for a custom look or sound. However, to install the amplifier, invest in a full wiring kit from manufacturers like Rockford.

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