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I found a use for that spare LaScala. I made a WiFi streamable amp to fit up inside.

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I need to add a power switch. I was thinking of maybe doing one of these with a Fisher 80AZ as the amp section rather than the el-cheapo Chineseum class D which had to be modified to give bass and remove about 50% of the noise.

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Well, it should sound lovely. Nice project!

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On 5/19/2020 at 6:04 PM, billybob said:

Well, it should sound lovely. Nice project!

I upgraded the amp section to a Fisher AZ80:  

  

 

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Pretty cool idea

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On 5/19/2020 at 5:39 PM, mustang guy said:

 

I need to add a power switch. I was thinking of maybe doing one of these with a Fisher 80AZ as the amp section rather than the el-cheapo Chineseum class D which had to be modified to give bass

Welcome back mustang guy ,  and happy to hear from you ---

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10 minutes ago, mustang guy said:

I upgraded the amp section to a Fisher AZ80:  

  

 

Yes read your description on the YouTube. Mono Fisher amp to mono speaker. Yes bet it does have the power...Cool and enjoy

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That little WiFi receiver is quite good. If you own an amp already, all you need is a 5VDC power supply for it and WiFi in the house. I have an iPhone, so I can push music to is using Apple Airplay, but it also supports DNLA. What's more, it has built in Pandora and other things where you can pretty much log it in to the station and leave. Heck of a device for $30! I bought 2 of them, so I'm not sure what I will do with the other one.  

  

edit: I want to add that I can open iTunes on my computer and push music to it from there as well.

edit2: Added link to 5VDC power supply. 

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