200 Watts will be peak power. Most likely 50Wx4. Remember, that's peak, which is only for a brief instant. See if you can find the RMS power, which is what the unit will deliver reliably on a constant basis. My guess is that unit will probably be putting out something like 17 - 22 Watts RMS. Is that good? Well, it all depends on the speakers you are using and what you're used to. Harmonic distortion (THD) is also important, the lower the distortion, the cleaner the sound. If you buy "better" speakers, they will often require more power to make the same amount of sound, but usually have lower distortion. Remember, power doesn't kill speakers, distortion does.
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