Bronze Member
Username: Byrumjr

Post Number: 91
Registered: Jan-05
I have a Rockwood amp 450 watts and 225 watts x 2. I know this is the max watts but what would be a real RMS for this amp and how can I check it. I put a meter on it and got 15 so I think that's about 112 RMS total. I have two 10' wired at 2 ohms and bridged. I know that's to low but it does not get warm and it 's been sounding good for over 4 months. Does this sound right.

Silver Member
Username: Marley289

Post Number: 123
Registered: Nov-04
a way to tell you what the rms is you multiply the size of the fuse on the amp by 12.
example: 12x20 (20 being the size of the fuse)
its not completly accurate but it will give you an idea of what the rms is. and by the way if it sounds alright and doesnt over heat you should be fine
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