Question about Yamaha HTR-5990 Receiver
I would like to know if i'm losing sound quality becoz i have 4 ohm surround speakers but my receiver is rated at 8 ohm per channel.
Please check with the manual of your receiver whether it is capable of running 4 ohm speakers.
if yes, then please go ahead, you will not loose any Sound quality. Sound quality will depend a lot on the performace of the speaker as well as the frequency range it can deliver.
If no, please do not connect. Though, you might be able to play and listen to the music, but it will overload your receiver!!
If you are not sure, please let me know the brand and model of your receiver and I can check for you.
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