Finding an amp with a digital input vs. Buying a sound processor vs. Good ol' Analog
I've been on the hunt for an amplifier with a digital input. I.e. Optical. Ive gone through the forums, dug and dug, dug some more.. But I was left with options and advice almost too old to even consider xD
I'd preferably have my Amp linked to my car pc through an optical cable for a pristine signal to the amp, and no fiddling with analog interference.
After searching, Ive learned that some of you use Audio processors such as the Alpine H701 for conversion to analog from the digital signal. Would this have any advantage of going straight from my PC's analog audio header to the amp?
I'll be running a 8-speaker setup with two 10" subs, to be purchased later on once I get my amps setup.
Two in each door of my Mini (so four counting the other side) , two tweeters in the front (one on each side) and two 6x9s in the back, also one on each side.