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Old 17th July 2012, 09:41 AM   #1
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Default Speaker specsc when building amp

In an effort to better understand amplification and the "nitty gritty" I want to know how speaker specs affect amp design.

I found these specs of my car speakers. Irrespective of it being car speakers, how does the following specs affect the amplifier design and which are the one's are the important things that affect the amp design?

Speaker: Coaxial 2 way: Woofer 10cm cone type. Tweeter 2.5cm balanced dome.
Peak power: 130W
Rated power: 30W
Impendance: 4ohm
Output sound pressure level: 882dB (1W, 1m)
Effective frequency range: 60 - 24,000Hz


P.S. You may point me to a article, but please the article should be written in plain English if at all possible.
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