- Drive Units 3" Full Range
- P.M.P.O 300 Watts
- Frequency Response 200Hxz~20Khz +-3dB
- S/n ratio 55dB
That explains alot...... but I have one question now.the druggie said:Ditch your Altecs and use the profits to buy crack cocaine, that's what I did.
MisterExCrackDealer said:Why you been holding out on us?
I'm guessing "Forking" Hostile would send their heads a flyin', raining plastic shrapnel across the fruited plain.Imagine what some Pantera would do to those freaking snowmen then.
Yeah, but check out the S/N ratio.... lets see how many hundreds of times better most speakers are than that.leukotriene said:I think it's pretty clear that it just doesn't get any better than a pair of 300W PMPO Snowman-shaped speakers.
Ditch your Altecs and use the profits to buy crack cocaine, that's what I did.
I mean look at these specifications:
I don't even know what kind of unit a Hxz is, but since these guys hit 20KHz on the high end, I bet it's all good.
jsu718 said:Yeah, but check out the S/N ratio.... lets see how many hundreds of times better most speakers are than that.
Such language!GMC said:You shall leave me with no other choice than to call you a poopiehead.
E4g1e said:Snowman schnowman...
Geez, 300 PMPO watts could be just 3 RMS watts total (1.5W per speaker). That's because not all manufacturers use the same alogarithm, nor they even use the same piece of music, in concocting those overblown PMPO watts. And PMPO ratings are always the most overblown of all the methods of rating output power of loudspeakers. Even a single sharp musical peak can never come anywhere close to reaching the emblazoned PMPO rating. So, what manufacturers do is to add up all of the peaks and valleys, and come up with such a rating - and again, even that rating varies extremely widely from maker to maker.
As a result, both Burst RMS and Continuous RMS are far better ways of measuring the meaningfully true power output of any amplifier, including powered speakers.