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Old 17.06.2015, 16:51   #7
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Das wird aber nichts bringe, siehe MSC|StalkerGERs Antwort.
Die 830 W Leistungsangabe(PMPO) ist eine rein berechnete Angabe.. eher geschätzte Angabe.

Was sagt mir die Leistungsangabe eines Verstärkers, was ist RMS?

Spoiler für Berechnung der PMPO Leistungsangabe:

Originally Posted by pe2bz
Power Ratings In The New Millenium (and Beyond)
Much has been said - and will no doubt continue to be said - about amplifier power ratings. There has been a disturbing tendency over the last few years to revisit the bad old days where terms such as PMP (Peak Music Power) and PMPO (Peak Music Power Output) have once again raised their ugly heads.

Admittedly, these "new" power rating are not used by hi-fi manufacturers, other than in the low-end equipment, which possibly rates "fi" at best.

These new terms are soundly (no pun intended) based on the science of marketing, and PMPO is mathematically expressed as

PMPO = Actual_Power * k

where Actual_Power is calculated by the formula below, and k is a constant whose value is approximately equal to one's grandmother's age, divided by the square root of the distance from the office to the advertisement writer's normal place of abode - measured in millimetres, inches, furlongs, statute miles or pounds per square inch - as appropriate, to provide the number you first thought of.
In the unlikely event that the value of k cannot be calculated from the above formulae to provide a totally meaningless (but plausible-looking) final result, a value of between 20 and 50 shall be used.
Quelle: pe2bz

Leistungsangaben im Vergleich, oder: Die PMPO-Verarschung
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