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Can you use 30W speakers in a 300W HiFi System without damaging them?


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2006-09-10 00:54:35
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Your amp's got enough power there to blow those speakers to kingdom come, but that doesn't mean you can't use them. At low volume settings, you're nowhere near the maximum output of the amp, so use them, but be careful. You should be able to hear when you're overdriving them.


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You need to see specifications of both amp and speaker, though you didn't provided much info you can use around 300W to 400W speakers whichever is available.

300w is the metric designation of 44w

Safe, as in you're not going to electrocute yourself, yes.<br /> But, the amp will be able to put out more power than the speakers can handle, so don't turn the volume up all the way or you will fry the speakers.

300w is mild steel plateIt is the same thing as 44W or A36 plateThe 300 refers to the material yield strength in MPa

There is no power amplifier with 8 Ohms output impedance. Therefore the usual impedance of this amp is arround 0.1 ohms which is good for bridging your 8 Ohm speakers. Scroll down to related links and look at "Interconnection of two units - Voltage Bridging - Zout < Zin".

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There MUST be some sort of amp powering the sub. An amp gives you power much like if you plug a light into a wall outlet. Hopefully there is a second 4-channel amp powering the speakers... Also, are you listing rms or max power for the 4" and 6x9" speakers? What sort of power is being run to the speakers also? Your question needs to be more specific to be able to answer it properly.

You can put what you want but with a power rating of unlimited (there are protection circuit's) and an efficiency of 86db/1W/1m you should put at least 300W (real world watts) to them or the midranges will "pop".

There isn't a different in A36 steel and 44W steel grade 300w. The 44W is the Canadian version of America's A36. Both are a mild steel.

The only way to connect a 300W amplier to a 60W amplifier is in series. You would also need to carefully balance the inputs so that the two amplifiers would do exactly their assigned workload. Its not a good idea, however, because the distrortion from the 300W amp would likely overwhelm the capacity from the 60W unit. Besides, 60W is less than -6db difference from 300W. The human ear can only resolve differences of only +/- 3 db, so just ignire the 60W and go with the 300W. Any thing else is likely to wind up being the "distorted" noise that irritates us peace seakers.

Yes. Peak power or max output is rubbish. You will never get clarity at a speaker or amp's max output. RMS is what it's all about.

If left on for four hours it would use 1.2 kWh of power.

The amount of Watts a tidal energy gives is 200-300W

sorry this isn't an answer to my own question i just had more and figured i could ask them all like this. another question is i would like to know what would be the best setup for a 2002 silverado audio system for very loud bass. its all factory right now. i was thinking of two 10's in a sealed box from and component alpine 6 1/2 front door speakers. and for the back, the factory is a 4x6 but i was wondering if i could also put 6 1/2's back there. i will be runnin all door speakers from and amp. and the 2 10's from a separate amp. i want alot of bass. i listen mainly to hiphop. i also want clarity. so i want the loudest system for around $1500. maybe the Alpine SPS-406 4"x6" 2-way 140W Car Speakers and Alpine SPX-17PRO 6-1/2" 300W 2-Way Component Speakers System and i don't know about the subs yet

kicker 10c124 12" 300W 4-Ohm SVC COMPVT Series Component Car Subwoofer Driver (Comp154) better known as 12inch kicker comp. it doesnt cost that much to be a kicker around $60. you can purches this speaker at or when this amp is bridged its 150rms watts and 300w witch is getting the peak proformace out of it. the ratings of it bridged is also what the speaker calls for. so when its matched together dont be afraid to turn up the settings to the max it will hold trust me. this is the set up i have and it sounds great.

I have two single voice coil, 4 ohm, 300W (rms) subs [Pioneer TS-W304C x 2] Connected to a 5 channel amp via the sub port which delivers 300W total (150W to each sub) The other 4 channels power my door speakers [Alpine PDX-5][Alpine SPS-610 x 2] I would like to change this setup and provide closer power to the subs RMS Wattage of 300W each. My main question is what amp/s would be suitable to power my subwoofers and how do i wire them? I'd also like to know performance contrasts between powering them from one mono amp, two mono amps and one 4 channel amp. And finally if im talking a bunch of nonsense and my current setup is fine please feel free to enlighten me!

300W RMS won't give you SPL contest winning ability, but it should do rather nicely!Especially if you have a correctly tuned, ported enclosure to put it in and feed it sufficient power. I'd recommend an amp capable of delivering at least 400W RMS into whatever load that 300W is quoted at. (If your sub's spec sheet says 300W @ 4 ohms, then get an amp capable of 400W @ 4 ohms) Just DON'T get an amp that's less powerful than the speaker. It will have to work too hard, thereby creating far too much distortion, and distortion is the enemy of ANY speaker.As for what kind of amp - that's a personal preference thing. I'd personally recommend staying with a "big name" though. (Kicker, Alpine, Sony, etc.)Distortion does not kill speakers.Heat in voice coil and over powering kills speakersYou can play a speaker in a constant state of distortion and will not kill it. But constant clipping of amp will kill the amp.

yes you can run the radeon 6570 on a 300w power supply but it all depends not only on how much draw your cpu has but also your disk drives and fans example the core i3 has a power draw of 64w at max load so with the i3 you would be able to use your power supply or you can check to make sure on extreme power source calculator where itll tell you the estimated amout your total system will run at with that card in there with your components i hope this helps

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The Rockford Fosgate P300-2 300W RMS Punch Series Compact is small enough to fit under the seat.

Bass amplifiers are not optimised for guitars, but technically? yes, they work with guitar.

The Nitro Bmw43 4-channel Amp 300w is good for that as it can be used with bikes too.

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Yes the Rockford Fosgate P300-2 300W RMS Punch Series Compact will fit under a seat.

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