Question about Behringer EUROPOWER EP2500 Amplifier
How to wire them to the EP2500?
Your amp is stable at 2ohm in stereo mode . you can wire them in series or parallel. series you add up the ohms . parallel you use this (R1+R2)divided by(R1xR2)=total resistance this figures two speakers at a time to add more speakers after total repeat formula as long as you don't go below min load you are fine . in your case all speakers in parallel you would be running 0 ohms bad . in series you would be running 16 ohms stable but not even half the power of your amp. if you hook up two in parallel and two in series on one channel you are running 1.6 ohms still not stable.If i was u I would hook up two 4ohm speakers in parallel on one channel and two in parallel on the other given you a stable 2ohm per channel.
total power output per channel 1200w
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
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