Need help to replace ampli for my my computer. 2018-03-06 14:06:36 Hello. For years now i've been using an old kenwood ampli and speakers set i recovered from a relative for my computer. Much better sound than any of those Logitech computer speakers i've used before even thought it's certainly some 30 or so years old and it cost me nothing.However, lately the ampli started showing it's age. From time to time there's a "click" coming from it that sounds like the click it does when i turn it on/off and i don't have any sound for some time (despite the LCD screen clearly showing the ampli is still on). At first it did this for a few seconds before "clicking on" again but now it does it for several minutes. The speakers on the other hand are still working perfectly so i figured i would replace the ampli.I had a look on amazon (France) to see what they have as small amplis but i really don't know what i should take. I remember reading stuff here a long time ago and basically wanted to find an ampli that have the same power and impedance as my speakers. Those are passive speakers with max power input 30W, impedance 6 ohm. However none of the amplis description i've seen on amazon even state the impedance and most are at least 50W output power.So i came back here in search of advice, especially i need to know whether impedance is really important (if it is, why is it nowhere to be found in product description) and also if it's safe to use an ampli with higher power output than my speaker's maximum input provided i don't put the volume to the maximum and thus don't "output" the full power if i understand correctly how an ampli works.Also if someone has any suggestion for a good affordable small ampli that's available easily in Europe i'll take it (the advise i mean). I don't need anything super powerful, just something that does the job with my speaker set. Otherwise i'll try to find one myself but at least i need to know what to look for.