Amp is short for Ampere, the unit for current flow. Watts is a unit of energy expended. One horsepower is 735 watts. If you were to compare electricity with water Amps would be buckets per second and watts would describe the force of the water.

AnswerThe ampere (A) is the base unit for electric current in SI. The watt (W) is the derived unit for power in SI.

The ampere is defined in terms of the force between two, parallel, current-carrying conductors.

The watt is defined as the rate of doing work and, therefore, is a special name given to a joule per second.

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Q: What is an amp vesus a watt?

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do amps get pushed? Normally a 1200 watt amp would need driving with less than 12 watts of audio.

1200 Watt wiring is more than enough for an 800 Watt amp. The rating of the sub doesn't make any difference to the cables. If you want to use the sub to its rated power you should get a bigger amp. If the amp can only give out 800 Watts and the sub can take 1100 Watts then you can put a bigger amp on. It is still going to be loud as with an 800 Watt amp. I have a 300 watt amp with a 1200 Watt sub and people hear me coming.

a 2000 watt amp takes a 4 gauge wire

yes it can

yes

Yes the amp can push the 2 subs. I have 2 1250 watt 12inch subs and 1 maybe 400 or 500 watt amp and the amp does fine but if you want more bass at lower levels of volume then you want to have a bigger amp. Just make sure your amp doesnt blow your subs.

YES

That depends on circuit voltage. 1 watt is equal to 1 volt times 1 amp.

Yes, are we talking rms or max? If its rms you will have no problem. well the amp is a 1500 watt max but 350wx1 rms in 4 ohm

That depends on the voltage.

A 900 watt microwave will live quite comfortably on an ordinary (US) 20 amp circuit breaker supplying multiple 15 amp receptacles. A 20 amp breaker can support up to 2400 watt load, while a 15 amp typical receptacle can support a maximum 1800 watt load.

The relationship is, a watt is the product of amps x volts.

You need a 1200 watt amp, preferably a class d 1200 watt amp

It's actually a good idea to have a speaker that can handle higher wattage than the amp can produce.

Watt-hours are converted to amp-hours the same as converting watts to amps. You divide the watts by the voltage and the answer is the amps.

YES! it won't reach it's peak, but that's also probably a good thing, cause it'll be harder to blow your sub. i prefer to buy either the exact watt match for my subs and amp, or buy the next lower watt amp from my subs

watt, amp, and btu?

yes it will

There are is no watts in an amp. A watt is the product of amps x volts.

700 watt is 0.93871 horespower

Yes but it will not be as loud as a bigger amp.

Yes!!!!! Do not try it unless you want to get to very hurt!!!!!!!!

All car speakers will go well with a 500 Watt amp, but for the best effect, get a power subwoofer.

Need to know the voltage the amp operates on.

You need atleast 700 watts true rpm.