Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Are you blowing fuses in the receiver/amp or speakers? Without knowing what device you're referring to, I would guess that you have a problem with your speakers not having enough power handling capability for the amp that's driving them (which would blow your speaker fuse) OR (if you're blowing receiver/amp fuses) too many speakers wired in parallel showing your receiver/amp far less than the 8 ohms or even 4 ohms impedance that it is rated for. For example, two four-ohm speakers wired in parallel shows a 2-ohm load to the receiver/amp. Not many consumer devices have the capability to load down to 2 ohms.
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Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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