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what the hell is 2 ohm stable running parallel on 4ohm speakers so the amp "sees" 2 ohm speakers, the speakers still get half the power they would if it were 4 ohm stable



 
 
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Old April 19th 04, 04:12 PM
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what the hell is 2 ohm stable running parallel on 4ohm speakers
so the amp "sees" 2 ohm speakers, the speakers still get half the power
they would if it were 4 ohm stable
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Old April 19th 04, 06:14 PM
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> what the hell is 2 ohm stable running parallel on 4ohm
speakers
> so the amp "sees" 2 ohm speakers, the speakers still get half the

power
> they would if it were 4 ohm stable


Where'd you get that from?


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Old April 20th 04, 08:30 AM
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either write a short msg in the title...and write n/t in the body...or vice
versa...learn it fool :P
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> they would if it were 4 ohm stable



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Old May 8th 04, 12:32 AM
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Learning about Ohms Law would make every 12 volt system builder better
prepared. 2 ohms+2ohms=1ohm. 4 ohms+4ohms=2ohms. Coupling two four ohm
woofers to produce a 2 ohm "see" is a common installation. Conventional car
stereo amps have not changed in many years until "class D" -digital amps
showed up running cool and designed for driving subwoofers. P.


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