Proper fuses will blow on the 250W amp, too. |
This means that you will never use the extra "250W" of the 500W amp.
Wait, so what you're telling me is that if i decide to get fuses i will be better off with the 250w anyway?
Seriously, how loud ARE you going to be running them?
Actually not that loud. What i am worried about the most is the distortion at low levels/crank up volume wearing and tearing.
People use 150w per channel with NS10m and run them fine, or so they say.. thats why i though 500w would be meaningless and i wouldn't notice a big difference from 250 > 500.
I am not going to play them LOUD AS HELL. I read that mixing in low volumes on the NS10 can be a good thing so most of the time i will play them at "medium" volumes.
The aprox. 90dB sensitive speaker will hit about 113dB at 1 m which is enough for most work and that is what 200W will give you. |
Possibly you don't want to run this particular speaker at those level due to excessive distortion.
You mean distortion by clipping (overpowering) or distortion (underpower)?
Ok, now im back to being torn between the two amps again.. Thanks lots!
leaning towards the 250w amp now.... . HALP!