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Author Topic: Can you switch powered/passive from the same speakers?  (Read 1397 times)
GolfPT
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« on: July 05, 2016, 11:42:14 pm »

Hello all,

I'm hoping that someone can just tell me if this is possible or not. I was hoping to build a cooler speaker system to travel with my "Ultra Ultra Portable BYT" but I was wondering something.

Is it possible to be able to set up the speakers to run off of a battery with an installed amp if I want to use it as an external system plugged into a cell phone, etc and then flip a switch to run the SAME speakers as a passive set of speakers from an external amp/receiver?

If this is possible, does anyone have any suggestions on how to wire this up?

Thanks again and you can tell me if I'm crazy.

Ryan
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« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2016, 01:44:32 am »

Several companies make battery powered speakers that can also be AC powered. I've never seen a powered speaker that can switch to passive and there's no point in doing so as then you're just carrying in two amps instead of one.
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