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I was just wondering what the output in watts are for the sharp stereo C422. I am looking for one comparable to this.

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IT IS 20 WATT PMPO (PEAK MUSIC POWER ).. 20 WATTS PER OUTPUT APPROX..REGARDS yammandan

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