#1
I have THESE speakers for my pc. They are really good in the sound quality dept.
However, they appear to only have 2 watts, which isnt a lot.
Is that what determines the sound quality? What does (if not)
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#2
Watts are units of POWER.

POWER is how many joules of energy are converted from electrical into sound energy per second.

There is no unit for measuring sound quality. You just gotta know. There are a thousand things that affect it.
#3
Quote by purplegreendave
I have THESE speakers for my pc. They are really good in the sound quality dept.
However, they appear to only have 2 watts, which isnt a lot.
Is that what determines the sound quality? What does (if not)



The lower the power the higher the quality?


Don't be a dipswitch.
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#5
Quote by JamieB
The lower the power the higher the quality?


Don't be a dipswitch.

are you calling me a dipswitch?
i asked a question because i didnt know the answer, if i knew what i was talking about i wouldnt have made any mistakes and i waouldnt have made this thread.
If you werent, then ignore that rant.
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#6
Quote by purplegreendave
are you calling me a dipswitch?
i asked a question because i didnt know the answer, if i knew what i was talking about i wouldnt have made any mistakes and i waouldnt have made this thread.
If you werent, then ignore that rant.



Is a dipswitch an actual insult? I just made it up because it sounded weird, so I decided to say it for cool points .


Sorry, didn't mean to offend you.
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#7
could someone please explain how to find out the quality of speakers from their specsheets?
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