Others and I will need a bit more help here.
The pictures in your latest
post... are they one set of tops? They can't be your sub-woofers because of the
configuration of them.
I've looked at the spec that you linked to... where do
those speakers fit into your proposed set-up - if at all? The spec for the amp tells me
little. I think this is probably designed to be a bedroom system for budding DJs to
practice at home. My biggest concern is that there are no ratings for that output power so
it's meaningless. It could well be Peak Music Power - which means that the actual output
is something like 17 watts a side.
I don't wish to be harsh, but from the amp
spec and the picture of the speakers you've posted I'd suggest that you need to think
What is it you want to do? For what do you want to use the system you're
seeking to put together - is it disco or to amplify a band?
You asked about
amps. That's to a degree dependent on what you want to do and what speakers you'll be
using, but as a guide you won't really get anything that you can use for serious
amplification (NB not loud, but serious) for less than £125-£150 - and those are the
bargain basement prices. Then there'll be speakers in addition. If you really do want a
subs+tops configuration you'll almost certainly need a beefier - and more expensive -
Anyway, tell us what you want to do - in as much detail as possible
including size of venues - and we'll be able to advise more precisely.
I don't want to be a party-pooper, but there's no point in pretending that you can do
something serious with what you've got when all that's likely to happen is a puny sound
which also blows-up your amp.