Re: Hey there needing some helping choosing an amp at a fair price
Yes, it is too good to be true and, you cannot judge the output of an amplifier by its fusing. You would be able to if amps were 100% efficient but they are not. All amplifiers use more power than they produce and cheap amps with exaggerated power claims are notoriously inefficient.
As was said above you'd be better served to buy a quality amplifier with a modest RMS power rating, even if it cost more than the one you're looking at.
Also, don't bother looking at "peak" or "max" power ratings, even from the highest quality manufacturers. Those numbers are marketing propaganda and they are only there because consumers do not understand how electricity and power work.
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