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Can u splice two surround speakers together and hook up or is that a no no. Just thought I'd ask

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No. when you connect two speaker to one channel on a receiver, it drops the impedence and can blow the amp in the receiver.

Posted on Oct 21, 2013

  • dave Oct 21, 2013

    Thanks thought that would be a bad idea

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