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I have a bunch of 4.2mm speaker connectors connected to speakers from a sony home audio system that was given away and I kind of want to use a reciever (?) system where I input two RCA L+R jacks as input from my DJ board, the reciver system should act as a sort of amp (or power input for all the speakers) as well. The speakers are really nice, it included a subwoofer. I just don't know what the thing is called but I heard that it's usually connected by bannana plugs and not these types of jacks, don't want to cut them and screw any of them up. I could use this for venues where they don't have a speaker system or wherever, the speaker set could fit all in one plastic bin which makes it pretty portable. So yeah, this reciever (?) thing needs to be portable as well.
there's like 6-7 speakers (front, left, right, back, center, sub, left front, right front) so there's need of alot of jacks for output
It could be a AUX or a 3.5mm input, I have some weird connectors so RCA jacks are not absolutely needed. Are these things simple enough you can do it with a breadboard/arduino and Jacks? not that I really want to but that's always a option. (I looked around and I think the speakers were from a BDV-E3100, but I just need it small cheaper and analog input a must (DJ board only has that output, no wireless).