The power output breaks down differently depending on how many channels driven. The old website showed how much output you could expect depending on how many channels were driven, output fell as number of channels driven increased. A power supply can only supply so much . Bare in mind that music is dynamic as im sure your aware and there will never be an instance where you will pull that kind of power from 1 channel let alone 5 unless your into playing sine waves at reference level . Suffice it to say that these amps are more than capable of causing severe hearing damage with even modestly sensitive speakers.
Power Output: 300 watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; one channel driven. 550 watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.2%; 4 Ohms; one channel driven. 300 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; two channels driven. 490 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 4 Ohms; two channels driven. 250 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; ALL FIVE channels driven.
FWIW the old website had this information much more accessible , not sure why they opted to cram it all into a scroll able window.
Last Edit: Feb 10, 2018 13:41:04 GMT -5 by socketman
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