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whats difference between rms and din

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by gipo, Dec 31, 2003.

  1. gipo

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    my yamaha rxv440rds has output of 110w x 6 DIN and 65w x 6 RMS.My sony speakers are 8ohm impedence,so how do I get the 110w Din instead of the RMS:confused:
     
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    110w din is the same as 65w rms ,its just a different way for manufactuers to boost the numbers ,rms is the reading you should look for or anything else is a waist of time.Just look at some pc speakers p.m.p.o 150w :eek: true output 6w rms.:rolleyes:
     

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