Question about Samsung HT-Z310T Theater System
Adding more speakers in parallel reduces the impedance, causing the amp to work harder. if you reduce the impedance to much and turn the volume up its a bit like making a short across the output, and has probably damaged the output stage. if you are really lucky it may be fused and simple replacement will fix the issue. if not it could be a costly repair. always observe the minimum impedance rating on your amp and match the speakers to it, never less than it
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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