Power question


Bronze Member
Username: Ilyawizard

Post Number: 42
Registered: Nov-05
Let's say I have two speakers 50 WRMS each in front, and two speakers 100 WRMS each in rear, and 4-channel 300 RMS amp for them. The total wattage is the same for speakers and the amp. If I connect each speaker to each channel in the amp how the amp would distribute power to them? Is it distributed equally to each channel? Or each speaker would get needed amount of power (50 WRMS speaker would get 50 watt, and 100 - 100). Thanks.

Silver Member
Username: Adddisorder

West palm, Florida

Post Number: 691
Registered: Jan-06
they are going to get whatever rms that amp puts to each channel

Gold Member
Username: Juliob

Santo DomingoDominican Re...

Post Number: 2072
Registered: Dec-05

Gold Member
Username: Tjmutlow

Post Number: 2726
Registered: Sep-05
they will get what ever the ohm load dictates what is on that amp,

Bronze Member
Username: Ilyawizard

Post Number: 43
Registered: Nov-05
So there's no way I can split the power? The amp says it gives 100 WRMS per channel, and speakers are 90 WRMS in front, and 110 in REAR. Each speaker will get 100 RMS?

Silver Member
Username: Rob_preg

Royal oak, Michigan United states

Post Number: 544
Registered: Sep-05
yes, as long as it puts out 100w rms at the impedence of the speakers you're using, that will work out fine.

Gold Member
Username: Carguy

Post Number: 5637
Registered: Nov-04
It will only put out the max power at the max volume setting.
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