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  • fbov
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    Re: 100w into 2Ω = 50w into 4Ω = what into 6Ω?

    Originally posted by vanapplebomb View Post
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    I'm trying to remember the function rule for power vs impedance.

    anybody help me out?
    V = I x R

    P = I x V = I^2 x R = V^2/R

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  • Paul K.
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    Re: 100w into 2Ω = 50w into 4Ω = what into 6Ω?

    Using an amplifier putting out a constant voltage that would generate 100 watts into 2 ohms, will generate 33.3 watts into 6 ohms. The forumula for watts based on an applied voltage and a given load resistance is voltage squared divided by resistance.


    Originally posted by vanapplebomb View Post
    100w into 2Ω = 50w into 4Ω = what into 6Ω ?


    I'm trying to remember the function rule for power vs impedance.

    anybody help me out?

    Leave a comment:


  • vanapplebomb
    started a topic 100w into 2Ω = 50w into 4Ω = what into 6Ω?

    100w into 2Ω = 50w into 4Ω = what into 6Ω?

    100w into 2Ω = 50w into 4Ω = what into 6Ω ?


    I'm trying to remember the function rule for power vs impedance.

    anybody help me out?
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