Thanks for opening some dialogue.
This is the Bose Amp is was referring to:
Bose Music Amplifier – Speaker amp with Bluetooth & Wi-Fi connectivity https://a.co/d/4oFed5q
I’m not sure that’s the route I should go though.
Completely different direction, I actually have a Sonos Amp (every other room in my house is some form of Sonos speaker system). I have a Sonos Port connected to the Onkyo unit in the 5.1 system noted above. If I connect Zone B line out from the Onkyo to the 901 Equalizer then to the Sonos Amp and connect it to the actual 901 speakers, there is SIGNIFICANT audio delay when setting the Sonos Amp to line in and playing anything through the Onkyo unit (Video, Sonos Port). I cannot adjust the Audio Delay for the Sonos Amp off of Max (2000 ms). The 5.1 speakers in the setup are not experiencing delay, so I can’t just adjust something on the Onkyo unit. There’s no delay when running WiFi music directly from the Sonos Amp to the 901s, but I’m not utilizing the Bose Equalizer in that scenario. Any suggestions here?
Where I think I currently am:
The Sonos Amp won’t work due to the delay when utilizing the Line in
Bose Amp may not be the way to go due to limited functionality
So I think I need a decent Amp with the sole purpose of powering the 901s. I want to leave them connected to the Onkyo or whatever my main AV unit is as I enjoy music videos and want to get the full effect of the 901s when watching them on my HT setup.
Any recommendations for an amp to do the trick? Preferably $750 or under. Or should I just use an old AV receiver I have laying around, solely for the 901s?
Thanks for any feedback and help!