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400 i believe cuz i have two of em n my car

The Rockford Fosgate R150-2 2-channel amp puts out 50 watts RMS per channel to your speaker system, or you can bridge it to supply 150 watts RMS to a subwoofer.

75 x 1 Watts RMS @ 4 Ohms 150 x 1 Watts RMS @ 2 Ohms

it use 150 watts .

456 watts

-21-inch Standard TV: 74 watts -42-inch LCD TV: 195 watts -DVD Player: 15 watts -VHS Player: 17 watts -Blu-Ray: 19 watts -Satellite Decoder: 35 watts -Converter Box: 08 watts -Cable Box: 25 watts -42-inch LCD TV: 195 watts -26-inch CRT TV: 74 watts

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Probably around 100W

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Usually about 35 - 41 watts is used by a 20" LCD monitor.

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An LCD TV with a traditional flourescent backlight uses about 110 watts of power. A LED backlit LCD TV uses about 85 watts of power in the 32-inch size.

Around 43-44 watts at idle and a maximum of 205 watts with 4GB of ram, 238 watts with 8GB of ram, and 270 watts with 16 GB of ram.

My 7 inch frame pulls 10W

About 100w for a cathode ray tube and 60w for an LCD.

My television, a 32 inch flat screen, uses 240 volts, 135 watts and 0.8 amps.

It uses 111 watts. When a plasma of 42 inches uses 340 watts way more than a older television that would use 135 watts for 42 inches.

Depending on the models and features of a 27" television set, the average power consumption is around 100 watts.

2 Watts RMS (it has only a 5 inch speaker, but for home practice, it's easily loud enough)

An Energy Star 15" monitor will use around 12 watts operating and around 1 watt or less in sleep mode.