Question about Yamaha RX-V463 Receiver
I am getting ready to set up my new Yamaha RX-v463. It has the option of changing the impedance from 8 ohm to 6 ohm. Now my problem is that my front speakers are 6 ohm, center is 8 ohm and rears are 8 ohm. What should I set the Amp to? Can I safely use a mixture or should I buy 8 ohm speakers for the fronts?
Most Yamaha HTR's are high current receivers so setting the receiver to 8 ohms and running the 6 ohm speakers shouldn't be a huge problem. I wouldn't crank the volume though if i were you but at a decent level you should be fine.
Posted on Feb 28, 2010
I would not suggest mixing. Use either 6 or 8 only but i highly suggest not mixing unless it gives the option to set a certain input for a certain Ohm. If you mix your either going to mess up a speaker or the receiver itself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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