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TK-6110 internal speaker wattage

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Mar 7, 2010
San Diego
Anyone know what the internal speaker audio output power is? I see reference to 10 watts in the brochures, but it looks awful tiny to produce that much power.



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Jul 27, 2005
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The external speaker connection on the rear 15 pin connector is 10 watts output into a 4Ω load.

The TDA1519A audio amplifier is good for up to 22 watts into a 4Ω load.

The service manual doesn't say anything about the power output into the front speaker.

Schematic does show a 2.2Ω 2 watt resistor in line with the front speaker. My gut would say the output is less than 2 watts.
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