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I'm owning a Yamaha NS-F150 Floor Standing Speakers. Would like you to suggest a matching amplifiers.

I'm owning a Yamaha NS F150 Floor Standing Speakers. Would like you to suggest a matching amplifiers. NS-F150 Specs are 50-180 RMS into 6 ohms. Will this match to Norge Audio 1000 Gold/Norge Audio 2060? or do i have look out for Marantz/Yamaha/NAD?

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Are you saying you want to know if 8-ohm speakers will work with a components spec'd for 6-ohms? Yes. There is never a problem with having a higher impedance than specified. Drastically lower impedances MAY cause problems.

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Hi I have a Yamaha dsp ax2 amp running onto some floor standing b&w speakers but have put put the amp on half way to hear anything, any ideas ? Is there a setting I need to change? Thanks Rich


Rich, double check your speaker connections to make sure that you got them wired correctly. Select the correct "main" speakers (A or B), or whatever configuration you use. On the speakers check that you have the links in (600 series) if you use single wire connection. And last but not least check the impedance setting on your amp (switch on the right hand side of the back of you amp) If you use A/B connection I think the switch should be in the up position .
Have Fun.

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WHICH ARE THE PERFECT MATCHING BUDGET SPEAKERS FOR MY YAMAHA RX440 AMPLIFIER/ RECIEVER?


You have asked a big question with lots of possible answers.

I am not familiar with your receiver so I don't know the important things about it - such as the power output and the required speaker impedance.

There are other important things to consider too, such as where you live, are there close neighbours, what sort of noise do you like to make and how loud and equally importantly how much room do you have; are the speakers to stand on a shelf, on the floor or be suspended from the ceiling?

Generally the bigger and more solid the speaker cabinet the better the sound is but that would be useless if you have room for only bookshelf speakers.

You said budget speakers. If you want quality sound then budget speakers are the last thing you need - you would be better going to buy some decent used speakers from a garage sale or buying yourself a couple of decent drive units and fitting them into a pair of concrete drain pipes or even lavatory pans or constructing your own cabinets or if you have lots of space just a pair of infinite baffles.

If buying used speakers there isn't much choice; you have to have what is available within reason but if you are buying new it is best to know what you want. There are two basic types of cabinet - the infinite baffle, a closed air-tight cabinet that if well constructed and big will make mediocre drive units sound better and the fashionable type just now, the tuned bass port cabinet that must be well designed and have decent quality drive units.

Both those types could house one, two, three or even four drive units and perhaps a crossover and/or peizo tweeters.

I suggest you do some research and sleep on what you have learned and then ask your question again including a great deal more information.

Oct 02, 2016 | Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders

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What type of amplifier can I use for my OWI-702 speakers? I already have a Yamaha natural sound amplifier.Can I match? Thanks a lot.


I think these may have come in either 8 ohm or 70 volt configurations. If they say 8 ohm on the back, they will work fine with your Yamaha. If they are 70 volt speakers, you'll need a matching transformer to go between your receiver and the speakers. You will need one for each channel and the power rating should match your amplifier.
Here is a good article that explains it all:

http://www.nearspeakers.com/uploads/4/9/4/3/49431207/70v_training_cedia_15_for_web.pdf

Sep 22, 2016 | Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders

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I just purchased a yamaha RX-V767 receiver. I have a polk surround sound speaker system 5.1 that have an impededance of 8 ohms. The receiver has an impedece adjustment knob on it. would it be safe to...


No, you don't want to do that. The Ohm output on the amplifier must match the speakers. Run 8 Ohm speakers on 8 Ohm and run all your speakers on the same impedance (Ohms). Your gonna burn your amplifier up if you run different impedances.

Mar 24, 2011 | Yamaha NS-A60X Main / Stereo Speaker

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Can I use 6 ohm speakers with 8 ohm system?


Probably OK, depends on the amplifier design. You have to be careful, especially at higher volume, the lower impedance will allow too much current to flow and burn up the amplifier.

Feb 06, 2010 | Yamaha NS-A60X Main / Stereo Speaker

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We have a stereo that is 6 ohms and we just purchased two floor speakers that are 8 ohms can we use these together or do the ohms have to match


Are you saying you want to know if 8-ohm speakers will work with a components spec'd for 6-ohms? Yes. There is never a problem with having a higher impedance than specified. Drastically lower impedances MAY cause problems.

Jan 10, 2010 | Yamaha NS-A60X Main / Stereo Speaker

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Can i use panasonic SB-AK57 speaker (6 ohm) with yamaha system RX-V663 (8 ohm) ?


yes only that the current will be less on the load.
no problem you can use .
also consider the watts of the speaker and the amplifier dont forget. the speaker should have more watts rated than amplifier output watts

Apr 25, 2009 | Yamaha NS-A60X Main / Stereo Speaker

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Matching book shelf speakers for yamaha ax 596 amplifier


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Jul 27, 2008 | Yamaha AX-596 Amplifier

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I want to buy a receiver compatible for this NS-BP4500 speaker systerm. Which Receiver should I buy?


if you have the manual for the speakers please try to get the specifications. i suggest that you get a yamaha DSP system for this also.

May 08, 2008 | Yamaha NS-BP4500 System

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Insignia NS-R2000 receiver


Check the impedance ratings of your speakers. Sherwood, the actual manufacturer of the NS-R2000 receiver, suggests that you use speakers with an eight ohm impedance if you have only one pair attached. If you have two pairs of speakers attached, the impedance rating of each pair should be sixteen ohms.

This is because Sherwood wired the receiver such that an additional pair of speakers is placed in a parallel circuit to the first set. When this is done, the impedance (resistance) of the load seen by the amplifier drops. As resistance drops, you get closer to a short circuit (no appreciable resistance).

Many other receivers wire the speakers in series, which causes the impedance to go up.

Personal experience seems to suggest that the amplifier is OK with a four ohm load on it. It does run warmer with a four ohm load, which is what you'd expect. It's when you have multiple sets of four ohm rated speakers that you will get into trouble, as this means the receiver only sees a two ohm load. This will cause overheating and shutdown.

At this point the power transistors in the amplifier may have been damaged. It may require repair. Fortunately, replacement parts are readily available (though not from Sherwood or Insignia). If it continues to shut down, stop using it. You could end up burning out your speakers.

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