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 What does the difference between a 60-watt and a 100-watt light bulb describe?

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Can I use a 120 watt flourescent bulb (32 watt draw) in a maximum 60-watt incandescent light fixture?

The rating of the fixture is simply to limit the current that you put on it. If you have a fluorescent bulb that is drawing less current (32W) than the rating of the fixture (60W), there is no pro... Read More »
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If I have a 60 watt fixture, can I use a 75 watt flouresent bulb?

yes... you can.... fluorescent bulbs don't heat up to that of an incandescent bulb. the fixture will be able to handle it.
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Is their a major difference in sound between Phillips 300 watt and Samsung 800 watt home theatre system.?

The two system you choice to compare are way down on the low end of home theater systems.But if that's your budget let see what we can find.First lets look at system with out DVD players in them. T... Read More »
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Difference Between 500 Watt & 1000 Watt Gauge Wire?

Watts are voltage multiplied by amperes and relate to the power consumption of an electrical device. The higher the watts, the more electricity is needed to power it. You pay for the amount of elec... Read More »
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