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    subwoffer power?

    Ok, I have a question, and well, its not so regarded toward computers but I want to know anyway since my computer runs through my stereo. I have 2 infinity 12" subs that supply the bass for the music from my computer. They are both powered through the wall and not my reciever that gets its feed from the computer. When the computer isn't playing music the subs switch to an idle mode. They are 250watt subs, but how much power do they suck when they are in the idle state? Not ever sure if anyone here can answer this...just thought of asking. Thanks...


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    I can probably answer this one.

    But first, what brand of amp are you using to power the subs?
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    They are infinity...so whatever amp is supplied.
    Here is a link from ebay with a pic and all....
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...&category=3275
    and here is the link from Infinity though its a discontinued series
    http://www.infinitysystems.com/home_...ct_support.asp
    so for the owners manual that says the info is under BU120 and the amp is a 150watt its on page 16 of the manual in PDF format...thanks...


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