Sensitivity defined and explained at HI-Fi World

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WHAT IT TELLS US

Sensitivity is a measure of the magnitude of input signal need for the amplifier to produce full output, at maximum volume. This tells us what signal sources the amplifier can handle, and produce full output if required. But it also tells us where the volume control is likely to be set is use and how quickly volume rises when it is turned up. This affects a user’s perception of power.

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