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  • curprev 16:2716:27, 10 July 2023Helpful talk contribs 1,906 bytes +1,906 Created page with "<!-- ===Devices=== ====Computers==== ====Amplifier==== Amplifiers tend to use oldschool transformers instead of switch mode power, to avoid noise from the power supply that switch-mode might introduce. This gives them a noticeable baseline power use - assume it's maybe 15-35W just for being powered on, making no sound. It'll go up when actually making sound. People overestimate how much - in a small room it's hard to make go up more than 20W unless you make it ''lo..."