Question about LGDVT418 System
U dont need to because all most all retailers lie about power outputs of their products for Example. If a product says 180W it cant actually physiclly do this its very hard to explain but 180W is the Equivalent to 16W RMS so when u see these amplifiers that say a 1000W take no notice of them coz there **** fake's that can Probably only hold about 2W RMS. i dont get all of it and i did a sound Engineering course Basically in the future i advise you to only buy something that says the RMS Wattage eg. Type of brands that will be accurate watts are A brand called MISSION very good at average price's, second TEAC,QUAD,maybe DENON but not too sure on them, but all these brands make seriously powerfull amplifiers,speakers,subwoofers,ect hope this helps you my friend
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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