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ankush patel

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hey i need some help im holdin a new years party in a hotel the room size is 650 sq ft, how many speakers do i need and how many watts u think i need to handle music with lots of bass and all tht good stuff
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That all depends. If you are buying a reciever as well dont always look at the watts. I have an Onkyo Integra that only pushes 90 watts per channel but will blow away a cheap sony reciever that puishes 200 watts per channel. Look for high current recievers thats where you get the best oomph per buck.

If you only want bass then go with some cheap Cerwin Vegas, they are good with the bass and pretty cheap. But if you want bass that will shake the house get a powerd subwoofer from Velodyne, the SPL2 10 has a 10 inch woffer and a 3,000 watt amp inside and pushes the HZ down to 15 where you cant hear it but feel it.

http://www.velodyne....mp;sid=995g169h
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