Audio systems are normally picked for their huge sound and the quality that it offers. Music is always pumped up at every place, be it at home, at theatres or concerts; everybody wants Loud and powerful soundtracks that come with the best quality.

But certain systems get cranky when you rise up the volume and emit some vibrations and finally some smoke out of the big speakers. Here we explain you about the specifications to look at, in understanding the sound system.

Power factor elaborated:

Electrical power is measured in watts. The output processed by an amplifier is measured in the same unit, watts. Speakers generally have a maximum power output that they can handle and the seller will explain about this to you. You must ensure that the amplifier used doesn’t put out higher power than the speakers limit, which may lead to damage to the speaker system.

There are 2 power figures provided for amplifiers and the speakers separately. Read below to know:

Amplifier power:

Peak: this denotes the power that an amplifier can output at short bursts of time.

RMS: this denotes the power that an amplifier can omit over a long period of time.


Peak: this represents the figure that a speaker can take at short bursts without getting damaged.

Nominal power range: this represents the figure that a speaker can handle in the long term with zero damage.

We have a list of power Sound Quality audio for an affordable price, take a look:

Multimedia Speakers: this A2B powered multimedia speakers offer a rich quality, multimedia experience to the users.

Polk Audio system: this speaker comes with outstanding performance and lower price tag. The users so far, have no worries and issues using it.

We hope this might help you in your future shopping projects while choosing an audio system, that doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket.