. What exactly are the advantages of using a home theater system with receiver over optical/speakers? I have a peavey amp head, 300 watts @ 4 ohms 650 watts @ 2 ohms, have a 4x10 madison cab, 800 watts 8 ohms. These allow you to set the impedance that the receiver sees as well as allowing control of the volume of each pair. will it hurt anything and if I do it does it matter which 1 is hooked to the amp 1st. Toyota's stock CD player says on it specifically, ''4 ohm Thank you for your support! What is the hink-pink for blue green moray? Supporting Members list unlimited gear with no listing fees in the Classifieds, get instant Keyword Alerts, and get Free Shipping at the TalkBass Store. If your equipment if really old or really crappy it might You must log in or register to reply here. if you connect a speaker that has less resistance than the amp is designed for, you will end up destroying your amp. If you are 13 years old when were you born? If your system is stereo and have a total power of 200 watts, then it has a 100 watts output per … But..as people have stated above..its not a good idea. Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by bass2020, Feb 14, 2002. Post precisely make/model of your new Receiver and see if I find time to make this black and white for you. Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. The Sony is capable of pushing 4 ohm loads, and supposedly is rated full power at 100w. audio speakers are 2 ohms but are designed for 4 ohm head units and Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by fordkisskrazy, Sep 12, 2010. Kimber Hero XLR; Kimber 8VS Bi-Wire; DH Labs D-75 dig coaxial, Subwoofers.....SVS 25-31 CS+ and PC+ (both 20hz tune). audio equipment on it and don't stress the amp. You can add an outboard speaker selector with impedance matching to maintain an 8 ohm load to the receiver. Concern is with the 4-6 ohm pair not matching up to the 8ohm receiver. Gold Supporters see zero ads! A forum community dedicated to home theater owners and enthusiasts. TalkBass utilizes technology from //Commerce that may give us a small affiliate commission on purchases made via links on our site. Example: my
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