1,500W / 4 Ohms Power Amplifier

Posted on Nov 21, 2012

Capable of 2kW peak and a minimum of 1.5kW continuous, it has to be said that this amplifier will blow up any speaker connected to it. Regardless of the claimed power that various drivers can handle, they can`t. To put this whole issue into perspective, take the most powerful and robust driver you can (8 ohms), and connect it directly to the 110V mains (I recommend this as a `thought experiment`, rather than actually doing it!). 110V RMS into 8 ohms is 1,500W.

1,500W / 4 Ohms Power Amplifier
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