Originally Posted by n_maher
My suggestion would be that if you don't understand issues like this that you start with something even more simple and build your knowledge. But the real question is why do you want to DIY an amplifier? Do you enjoy building things? Do you think it's going to be cheaper? What tools/skills do you already have? Start asking those questions before you worry about how to wire up the finished result.
I like building stuff, and I am pretty skilled at soldering. I modded my xbox, and some other stuff. I have a soldering iron, desoldering pump, glue gun, and all the neccessary tools for dealing with wire like a stripper and a cutter. The Ventus EZ kit is only $70, which is pretty cheap, but performance isn't really what i'm after, although this looks like it performs pretty well.
The kit comes with 2 boards, one for left, one for right. The only issue is, I don't know which wire going in and out goes where. I can figure out the schematic and etc using pics and what not. and it doesnt have too many parts so it doesn't seam to difficult. I THINK that I use the in+ for input, and the ground right next to it for input, then OUTPUT for the output+, and then the ground on the other side of output for the output ground. Is this correct?
Other than which wires going out and in, I think I ill be able to build this, I just need someone to tell me which goes where lol