most stock CD players or radios have about 200 watts in them unless you upgraded the stero when u got the car
Most factory speakers are any any where from 10 - 25 watts RMS. I wouldn't put factory speakers on an amp unless you want to blow them.
25 to 35 watts
NFL player Trey Watts played for Tulsa.
NFL player Brandon Watts weighs 235 pounds.
NFL player Craig Watts weighs 335 pounds.
NFL player Trey Watts weighs 190 pounds.
NFL player Brandon Watts played for Georgia Tech.
James Watts - rugby player - died in 1933.
James Watts - rugby player - was born in 1878.
They both are 75 watts so they use the same amount of electricity.
NFL player Brandon Watts is 6'-02''.
NFL player Craig Watts is 6'-04''.
NFL player Trey Watts is 5'-11''.
NFL player Craig Watts played for West Texas A&M.
-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
Speakers are measured in Ohms not Watts. Watts is the amount of power you will be supplying to the speakers. In my 2009 Corolla the speakers can handle at least 400 Watts as this is what my OEM JBL system is pushing.
50 Per Channel
25 watts woulod be an average wattage for a radio... i think :)
220 lumens is equal to a tungsten incandescent light bulb of 15 watts. Halogen lamp 20 watts. Fluorescent lamp 60 watts. LED lamp 60 watts. high pressure sodium vapour lamp 117 watts. Mercury vapour lamp 50 watts or 17.32 candle power
Kilowatts means 1000 watts, a DVD player would use less than 30 watts.
that would depend on your DVD player
A DVD player on standby uses 7 watts per hour while it's on standby. One of the worst energy user is probably your PC, which uses 15 watts/hr on standby and 130 watts/hr when left on.
Usually theyre pretty weak, as low as 6W, 10W to 20W for factory.