Question about Car Audio & Video
Yes, you can. There's the impedance match between amp and speaker (4ohm to 4ohm).
The only issue I would say is that if the amp is putting out 100 watts RMS, then you wouldn't want to drive the speaker to the max, because it's rated at 100 watts RMS max, and at louder volume, it will start to distort and possibly blow from fatigue. Other than that issue, it should work fine.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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