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From: "R. Lewis"
Subject: Re: wattage meter exists??
Date: Sat, 7 Sep 2002 12:27:49 +0100
Organization: Nextra UK
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"Robert Baer" wrote in message
> Well, if all one wants is an estimate of power out of a sound system
> ........then use a resistive load of the proper impedance
> There is a lot of stupidity and false implications involved with most
> "specifications" of audio amplifiers made to drive speakers and/or
> There have been some exceptions to this generality, but the makers of
> that equipment had a lot of integrity and really cared about their
> products and customers.
> Virtually all audio stuff made for computers is cheap crap, some that
> seems to work well, but junk nonetheless.
Are you saying that my '60W full dynamic range' PC speakers, able to be
powered either by a 6VA wall cube (supplied) or -for the man on the move
with a laptop - 2 off D sized cells, may not be giving the full 100W across
all the audio spectrum?
I have a mind to ask for my $4 back
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