#1
would it be okay to put a speaker rated as 60 watts into an amp thats only 30 watts?
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#2
Yes
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#3
yes. as long as its not the other way around you will be fine.
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#4
Wow. I read this thread's title as "Spanker Rating."

Imagine my surprise when I saw that no one else here had their pants down.


On a serious note - It should be fine to put those in there. I tmeans they can handle 60w a piece.
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#5
is it better to match a 30 watt speaker with a 30 watt amp? or does it make no difference
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#6
no, its better to put a 60 watt speaker with a 30 watt amp.

the speaker wattage refers to the amount of power it can safely handle, amps often put out more than their rated wattage (though this often varies depending on the amp).