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I dont know how many watzz is my amP!

My soundstorm amp says in the front 200 w x 4 .. so how many watzz is that?? is a 4 channel amp btw.


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Re: i dont know how many watzz is my amP!

200 X 4 does mean 200 watts times 4 channels. In other words each channel pushes out 200 watts. I believe u have a total output power of 800 watts but check with ur manual and if u do use that much power make sure you check for overheating, specially if its used for bass. Soundstorm amps cant take much of a beating so be careful.

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