Bronze MemberUsername: Blueindian
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Platinum MemberUsername: Jan_b_vigne
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Sharp has turned out hundreds of speaker models over the years, most associated with a full system approach. That would mean the speakers probably came with an amplifier and would be shown as a system component rather than as a discrete component model number.
Obviously, I'm unfamiliar with your speakers but I would suggest Sharp has never been known for their speakers. Quality is somewhat secondary to quantity for Sharp.
However, if you like the music they produce with your equipment, then enjoy the sound.
Ignore the RMS power rating. Speakers do no produce watts. And music is not measurable as an "RMS" value.
If your amplifier drives the speakers adequately and successfully, then that's all you need. If the sound begins to distort at higher volumes, turn down the amp.