SearchAsk us anythingarrow rightIs 30 watts loud enough?Yes, that is correct. It is loud. You should mic it up if it isn't loud enough. You would need a 300 watt amplifier to get as loud as a 30 watt one.Let's Get It Fixed!Our virtual experts can diagnose your issue (for free!) and resolve simple problems.Chat with a live expertChat nowCall 1 (855) 466-3948Call nowRATESHARECopy linkTwitterFacebookmagnifying glassLink copied to clipboard.SUBMIT AN ANSWERShop Recommended ProductsShop HomeX Recommended ProductsRELATED QUESTIONSIs 15 watts loud enough?It will be too quiet in a full band for 15 watt to be loud enough to be heard over most drummers. While having some room for cleaner tones, 25W ad up will get you loud enough. 15-20 works but not much else.How many watts can I run on a 30 amp circuit?3,600 watt is supplied by a 30-amp outlet. The breaker on that outlet could trip up to 120 percent of the 3,600 watt load if it met code.How many watts do I need for my speakers?Your speaker's efficiency and listening habits are more important than anything else. 200 Watts is plenty of power for you if you like loud music and your speakers are efficient. 50 Watts is enough if you only listen to classical, jazz and don't expect them to rock the house.Is 50 watts loud enough?50 watt is loud enough for small venues and back yard gig. If there is a large venue, they will most likely have a house PA, which you can mic up and make it louder.Is a 40 watt amp loud enough?If you want to be heard over the loudest drummer in the room, you need a good valve amplifier with good speakers and 40 watt or more for a SS amplifier. Amp wattage and number/size of speakers have to go up as the venue gets bigger.Is 300 watt power supply enough?The system has an overall low power design aside from the components mentioned and 300 watt is enough if it's a single rail PSU. If it's a single rail PSU and the system has an overall low power design, 300 watt is enough.