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#250 - 08/19/01 02:04 PM Speaker Specs
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I noticed that the power ratings on the M3ti and ep175 are 175 watts. Do these ratings refer to RMS Watts?



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#251 - 08/21/01 06:28 AM Re: Speaker Specs
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For the M3s the power rating is a maximum recommended amplifier rms rating. The EP175 is rms 120 watts and 175 watts usable dynamic power.

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