Originally Posted by gpmbc /forum/post/20421047
So would it be a no go with a 15 or 20 amp circuit?
Originally Posted by gperkins1973 /forum/post/20421090
Question regarding fuse boxes etc... as I know zero about electrics. I am here in the UK and on my main fuse boxe for my sockets there is a 32 amp fuse. Does this mean that I can run the following amount off watts.
32 amps * 230 watts = 7360 watts.
Obviously you would have to allow what ever draw was being taken from the TV, receiver etc.... but am I correct in saying I could easily put 4000 watts through that circuit without any issues?
Originally Posted by Hawkson /forum/post/20421200
Question--What typically makes an Amp 'Last'?
I've read some amps are built like tanks, while others not so much.
Whats typically the first thing to break in an amp like this?
Finally, I live in an apartment and I can't upgrade any wiring. However, my current location is 220Vs. Does that mean that I'll have double the practical amps with the same cables?
EG--The 20 Amp cables you have are '40 amps' when running 220vs. No, yes?
Originally Posted by gperkins1973 /forum/post/20421334
Sounds like something to steer clear off then. What warranty do you get with these amps from china and if something goes wrong what back up would you get.
None. That's the drawback. However, I sent in a Marathon MA-5050 two month's ago and still haven't seen it back or heard of any progress. At least with Sanway, they have troubleshot a problem for me and are sending me a new component to fix it. Granted, I will have to remove and replace it from the PCB, but I could care less about that.
Volts * Amps = watts. The amp requires 16a at 240v
Originally Posted by Erich H /forum/post/20421622
This is the kind of stuff Group Buys were made for!
Originally Posted by Hawkson /forum/post/20421626
Thanks for the writeup bossobass
On my main circuit breaker outside the apartment, it says
2400 imp/ kwh ??
220 @ 50 hz.
can someone translate that and apply it what is the maximum I can draw from this grid?