#1
So if my PC speakers are 3.6 watts then playing at 40% volume would be about 1.75-1.90 watts(give or take a bit) correct?
#2
40% of 3.6 is 1.44
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#3
Depends. All manufacturers have a penis that they must make as big as possible (like your e-penis), to do this they usually state the Peak Watt which is literally what it can do for a split second.

What you really want to know is RMS (Root Mean Square - sorta like an average) power of the loudspeaker. Don't be surprised if this is a fourth of the Peak.
#7
How do you know the Wattage isnt represented in real power or in apparent power. Seriously, you never know what rating they might use to mark it.
#9
Quote by metalblaster
How do you know the Wattage isnt represented in real power or in apparent power. Seriously, you never know what rating they might use to mark it.


You mean Peak or RMS? A decent manufacturer will state it in smaller font next to the power output, if they don't, stay the **** away from it.