I own a Miccus for a simple reason was that my gear had some USB port for power. It's cheap stuff.
Hey guys, I need help with the design of my outdoors stereo. My requirements are essentially:
1) Stay under $100
2) Drive 2 speakers (possibly more later)
3) Connect Android/iPhone via Bluetooth
4) Important factor is cost and ease of use, not quality.
<div>My patio is between the garage and the house, about 16'x16' (we'll say) for a place to start.
I'd like to put a Lepai LP-2020A+ T-Class amplifier in the garage to drive 2 speakers on the patio; I can run the wires through the garage wall.
Then, when friends come over, I'd like to have the ability for anyone to connect to it via bluetooth so I found a GOgroove BlueGate to handle that piece.
The thing is, I'm not sure if this design will work. I'm tired of buying parts, (for various projects) sending them back and getting new ones, paying for shipping along the way, etc. And you can't always find a support number to ask these questions beforehand.
Q1: Will this design fit my requirements?
Q2: If there is a better way, does anyone have alternate ideas? Confirmed "works" is always preferred <div>
Thanks in advance,