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The Meaning Of
Wattage In An
The power of an amp is usually measured in watts. This is why
you will find something like 100 watts per channel. What does
this mean? Is this receiver able to deliver those 100 watts? How
about the home theater systems that are labeled as 1000 watts?
Does this mean that they are more powerful as compared to the
2000 A/V receivers? The truth of the matter is that all watts
are not created equal.
Unlike what many people think,
power ratings is not the right
way of measuring the loudness
potential of the receiver, HTIB
or amplifier against one another.
The more the power that you
will pound on the speaker the
louder it will manage to play.
However, more power doesn’t
mean that the watts will sound
While many of us like having more rather than less power, the catch is
that there isn’t a reliable way in which consumers can learn about the
given amp, HTIB or receiver wattage. However, if you are searching for
a certain specification that will work well for you, you should consider
the weight. The truth of the matter is that the stuff that makes the
power are usually heavy.
When you check under the premium amplifier or the expensive A/V
receiver, you will notice the humongous power transformer. When you
have some powerful amps, these will require some bigger transformers
that are able to pull lots of power from wall outlets. The high current
transformers are in most cases quite heavy. This is on top of the fact
that other parts that are related to the power supply are also quite
heavy and are not very cheap. The truth of the matter is that most of the
A/V receivers that are worth $500 are not in a position to deliver the
speced power into the seven channels. There are even some that are not
able to deliver even a third of the wattage that they claim to have.
Perhaps the reason why most manufacturers are able to get away with
the fraud is that most consumers do not listen that loud.