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Hi there!

 

So I have this somewhat old Grundig Speaker system (20+ years) and I dug around the web to find the technical specs so I could figure out if I can improve over it.

 

I found that its has the following specs:

 

Music power - 2x30W

Nominal power - 2x20W

 

Power band width .................................................... 40 - 20,000Hz
Frequency response ............................................... 40 - 20,000Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio ........................................................... >= 75dB
Input sensitivity Aux ........................................................... 400mV
Speakers ................................................................................... 3 OHM
Headphones (ø 3.5mm) ............................................ 32OHM - 1000OHM

 

Now I have no clue what this actually means.

 

What is musical and nominal power? I researched but I couldn't understand the difference :|

 

Can I improve this in a non-expensive way? I find it lacks a bit on the bass department...

 

The speakers seem to have very low OHM, is this good or bad?

 

This is a 2 bookshelf speaker system that I have hooked up to my computer so I could use its speakers.

 

Thanks in advance!