Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
Hype on the part of the maufacturer's published specs.
Look at the Power Comsumption spec on page 22. "90 watts"
According to this post, 45 watts...
It would be a miracle indeed to extract 1000 watts of sustained power in any form, be it heat, light, motion or sound from a unit that uses anything less than 1000 watts of electricity, assuming 100% efficiency. Not to mention the dreadful 10% distortion level they use to get that figure.
To say it pushes 1000 watts is dishonest and preys on the gullible.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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