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Amp watts? canany body tell me how many watts the dhc2154 amp has? i found it at a yard sale. thanks in advance

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It puts out 250w per channel with a 4-ohm load. From the pricing I see online, if you got it at a garage sale, you probably didn't pay much for it, which means it was likely the steal of the year - pricing online for a new one ranged from $423-703 depending on the retailer. In all likelihood, nice find!

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