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bsinger Posted 3 years 5 months ago
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What is the maximum power consumption of the Triton Sub Amps just prior to clipping? Triton 2 for me on a 120V service. The actual specs would be nice.

I see the idle and standby power consumption (about 2w and 8w)

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Moderator Posted 3 years 5 months ago
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The useful answer to that question would be in regard to a typical household circuit breaker, which has a pretty significant time constant compared to dynamic music reproduction. The Triton Two will draw no more than 5 amps at 120v, as far as the circuit breaker is concerned, assuming music/movie playback (not test tones). Its maximum draw is actually about 20 amps under dynamic conditions, but only for milliseconds, which is all but invisible to the circuit breaker.
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HTSME Posted 3 years 5 months ago
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The useful answer to that question would be in regard to a typical household circuit breaker, which has a pretty significant time constant compared to dynamic music reproduction. The Triton Two will draw no more than 5 amps at 120v, as far as the circuit breaker is concerned, assuming music/movie playback (not test tones). Its maximum draw is actually about 20 amps under dynamic conditions, but only for milliseconds, which is all but invisible to the circuit breaker.


Thanks for the information...I learned something today...keeps the mind fresh and over flowing with information. :P

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WayneWilmeth Posted 3 years 5 months ago
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Bro Del,
With your positivity, you are a delight to have here on the forum, I am sure glad you are here!!!!
God Bless,
Wayne
God bless the child that's got his own.
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HTSME Posted 3 years 4 months ago
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Well Wayne....thanks for the nice comment.

I also enjoy reading your comments. Peace and quiet and blessings on your day.
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bsinger Posted 3 years 4 months ago
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Very useful, thanks!

So I guess one could have the T2s along with other devices running another 5 amps on the same 15 amp circuit and still safely pump some heavy EDM (as Wayne likes to do).

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