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Some interesting RMS power claims on that 1500 watt system.

Specs sound like 10amp max which puts it around 1000 watts max @ 115 volts

On top of that, the running power consumption is listed at 110 watts.

Reviews are good though, weird.
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1500 watt would destroy this device in a couple of seconds.
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That's not 38-45% off
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Quote from thunderroid :
That's not 38-45% off
If the price was $300 but is now $185, what percentage would that be?
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Are these any good for listening to music compared Sonos or Bose or any other good bookshelf speakers?
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Quote from lmclaurin777 :
If the price was $300 but is now $185, what percentage would that be?
38% lol
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38% lol
Correct. Easy to remember: "Change" divided by "original amount"
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38% lol
Exactly.
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Cue the Maxell Blown Away Guy, I prefer the Max Hell version from "Stay Tuned" myself.
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I'm assuming these must have a built-in amp, but there is no information about it. I'm considering using these in my existing home theater setup with my existing amp, due to their versatility and the ability to bring these outside. Anyone have any thoughts on using these in a 5.1 setup?
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That's some weird looking speaker, remind me boombox of the 90th
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So the back of the unit states the rated input is 160W. There is no feasible way for it to be 1500W RMS. Most likely it is 1500W PMPO.
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Quote from Blahgod :
Some interesting RMS power claims on that 1500 watt system.

Specs sound like 10amp max which puts it around 1000 watts max @ 115 volts

On top of that, the running power consumption is listed at 110 watts.

Reviews are good though, weird.
This is very common for PA speakers. E.g. if you look at a ETX 35p or a ksq kw181 they are only 1/1.5A @ 120V despite being rated "2000W"
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Would this be just as good for cheaper?

https://slickdeals.net/f/14789164-klipsch-promedia-2-1-thx-computer-speakers-89-99-free-shipping

Need speakers for in home gym.
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