- RMS stands for Root Mean Square and is a concept of subwoofer and home theatre power output.
- It refers to how much power a speaker can produce on a continuous basis.
- RMS wattage is the true representation of a speaker’s power, as opposed to the wattage indicated on home theatre packages.
- These wattages, for example, 1000W, and 1250W represent the peak powers of the sound system.
- RMS wattage is a measured figure that is ordinarily lower than peak wattage.
- A 350W RMS sound system, for instance, can deliver 350W as a standard power output.
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