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I would like to have two flush mount ceiling speakers put in my office suite in the ceiling. I just would like to have some quiet background piano music. I would like to use my ipod to provide the music. What would be the least expensive way to do this? Do I purchase a used amplifier? I am a real novice at this.
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The least expensive way would be to go t your local big box store and purchase a cheap stero reciever and plug your iPod into an input on that.

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