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Old 31st January 2002, 04:45 AM   #11
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Default Definition of music power!

Back to the subject... I have found a definition in Randy Slone's amp book:

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Originally from R. Slone

Music Power - An ilegitimate term used to describe the output power of an audio amplifier. In reality, it is a schrewd way of squaring peak output values instead of RMS values when calculating power, and amounts to nothing more than a marketing gimmick to promote sales.
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I guess the only reason you would need this with your speaker specs is when your amp is rated in "music power" (I hope your amp isn't rated in music power!!)
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