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Don, you can have a high watt amp with lower current. Just look at the cheap high wpc AVR's. Many claim 125 to 150 wpc and are class AB. They weigh close to nothing and most are not high current.
And that's why most of these less-expensive AVRs often specify on the rear panel to connect only 8Ω or 6Ω speakers, and some even have a rear panel impedance switch to limit current if you do connect 6Ω or 4Ω speakers (or possibly even 8Ω speakers that dip down to lower impedances).
Thanks for asking Mr. Freo-1.Am I correct in stating that having High current (related as watts in some cases) does help with peak energy?If so then why don't manufacturers post the peak. I think they used to didn't they. I thought having a big peakpower meant reserve power and was a good thing yet Iv'e heard amps with a lot of wattage not be able to handle certain music without getting muddied.
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