Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The wattage listed on the speakers is the peak wattage the speakers are rated to handle. You need amplifiers that do not exceed that maximum. A 50 watt amp would drive them fairly well but you would do better with a 100 to 200 watt amplifier. Note: the speaker rating is peak power handling. Amplifiers these days are usually rated at peak output too but sometimes (old or very high quality) amplifiers are rated at sustained power (RMS). If you are working with one of these amplifiers you will need an amplifier with a lower rating. Also make sure the amplifier is designed to run the same load as the speakers. This is usually either 8 ohm or 4 ohm. Make sure the speakers and amplifier are rated the same.
Posted on Apr 17, 2013
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