So I have these Philips (FW-V355) speakers, and I want to connect them to my PC via AUX or Bluetooth, ofc I separated them from their original old system/amplifier. In order to realise that, I bought an audio amplifier to power up the two 40+40ohms, 6 ohm speakers. It's (SANWU® 50W+50W TDA7492 CSR8635) from Banggood (http:// bit.ly/2Ab3XM3 ) it's relatively cheap and delivers big power (50w+50w) with positive reviews. Yes it's a little bit over powered but I heard it's better to have overpowered speaker than underpowered, and I also want high volume speakers, with minimal distortion. Now the third component to my setup would be ofc, the power supply to power the amplifier. And here starts my confusion, so I'm willing to buy this one from AliExpress (http:// bit.ly/2BfvdWQ), and they have 12V, 10A power supply, as well as a 24V, 5A version. Both deliver 120W of power. I know I'm getting more than the needed 100W of the amplifier, but again overpowered>underpowered. So my question is which one should I buy, the 24V 5A one, or the 10A 12V One?.
I tried to look online for the answer but didn't find a clear conclusion for my specific case, thus I'm writing this post :). If you need any further informations abt the speakers ,the amplifier or the power adapter I'm using, you have all the names u need, so feel free to look em all up online (I don't wanna get the 'it depends' answers :D), also I listen mostly to pop/hip hop music, so I'm all abt that bass x). I've heard on a forum that bass woofers would do better on a high-current power supply, and tweeters would sound better on a high-voltage one, but I'm not sure how accurate is that.
Thanks in advance for anyone who's willing to share his knowledge and help me out of this situation.