The "Official" Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A1030, RX-A2030, RX-A3030 and CX-A5000/MX-A5000 Thread - Page 111 - AVS Forum
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What is the per channels watts for "all channels driven" for the rx-a1030 ?
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Yamaha does not specify it. Considering the power requirement of 490 watts you need to figure it's under 490 watts total. If driving 7 channels that would give you less than 70 w/channel.
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What is the per channels watts for "all channels driven" for the rx-a1030 ?
I searched the thread but could not find anything on it.

Have to search for the lab test of an older model x010 I think. If not mistaken the a3010 or a3020 runs at 55-65wpc all driven.

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