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Home stereos how many watts per channel does my AKAI DVD reciever have?

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  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2007

    I have a AKAI DVD Reciever (model #) DHT 300 it works just fine,I was just wondering how many watts per channel it has (this is a DOLBY 5.1 system) again I was just wondering the power output. Thank you for your time. Steve B. Stockton,California

  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2007

    Hello again FixYa staff,I still don't know for sure what my AKAI DVD Reciever 's (model #) DHT 300 output it,simply put I am boggled,but I can say all of my speakers(1 subwoofer,and 5 surround speakers) are listed at 50 watts maximum,with a 6 ohm impedance, so I am pretty sure it would have less then 40 watts per channel,and most stereo manufacterers include speakers that can handle more than the system puts out, in total systems that include speakers,or the manufacterer suggests speaker systems with a minimal,RMS (continuous),and sometimes a maximum,along with impedance. Again when you find an answer,please get back to me. And also please NOTE I looked on AKAI's web page,and this system is not included for any suggestions of the amplifier's output. Thank you again,yours truly Steve B. Stockton,California

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Hi this is Compaqowner again NOTE: I know enough about home Stereos,and I am pretty sure to figure out 'power output' you take the total:in this case it takes in 110 watts total devide that by 2 so according to my math that is 55 watts (I guess this AKAI has a 55 watt amplifier) then you take the amplifier output (in his case 55 watts) and devide that by how many channels are being used,so in 5.1 DOLBY mode DVD movie,etc.(power to all 5 speakers) then it's 11 watts per channel,and in 2.1 stereo (power to the subwoofer,front right,and front left speakers only) it jumps up to a little over 18 watts per channel,again,I think?,when you find the answer,please let me know. Thank you for your time. Steve B.

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Amplifier section
Power Output-
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Center
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Click HERE for the manual.

There you have it.

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