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How much Rms power does the a-6300 put out per channel

I dont want to blow my speakers so how many watts does this puppy put out at 4ohms

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The amp is rated at 120wpc on various websites but I suspect that number is too high since the amp weighs only 15lbs. The 400 watt spec is power consumed - not speaker/RMS power.

As for blowing out your speakers, that far more likely to happen with a low powered or cheap amplifier like the GLI A-6300. A low powered amp will quickly burn out a speaker if driven too hard. If you want to protect your speakers from damage, either keep the volume at a reasonable level or buy a bigger amp.

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I would say you are OK, with a margin, but if you turn the amp to max and blow the speakers, please dont call me.

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