I have a Logitech Z-5500 surround system (for my PC) and NAD 355BEE integrated amplifier.
The logitech Z-5500 surround sound system specification/Advertisement says:
Total power output is 505 watts RMS, 188 of which are dedicated to the subwoofer
NAD 355BEE integrated amplifier's specification says:
2 x 50W Minimum Continuous Power into 4 / 8 ohms
Does this mean logitech Z-5500 surround system produce 5 time more powerful sound?
Does this mean logitech Z-5500 consume 5 times (or more) electricity compared to the NAD integrated amplifer?
My friends say after 10 years' use of Hi-Fi speakers, because the cones (and other parts) of the speakers wear out, I need to buy a new pair of speakers to continue listening good sound quality music. Is this also true with the integrated amplifiers? Do parts/components inside the integrated amplifiers also wear out after several years of use?
Edited by KoalaNPanda - 6/11/12 at 10:58pm