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Rms is a method of measuring power (wattage) delivered from an amp to a speaker. In almost every case, wattage capacity of speakers is quoted PER SPEAKER. Likewise wattage output is quoted per amp output channel. Assuming a you plan on a single speaker on each output channel of your amp, you should be in good shape if your speaker wattage capacity equals or exceeds your amp's output rating. I've never seen speakers rated as wattage per pair.
(rms is the dominant way of measuring average watts of an ac sine wave signal)
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Dec 02, 2015 | Car Audio & Video
Looks like you can use minimum 2 ohms, max 16 ohms
LFC Impedance Sensing
CS Series amplifiers feature innovative circuitry for safe operation into any load. When an amplifier senses a load that
overstresses the output stage, the Load Fault Correction circuit adjusts the channel gain to a safe level. Extreme load
fault under high power levels will cause the signal to be muted for the associated channel. This method of outputstage
protection is far more effective than the standard limiting found on conventional power amplifiers. The LFC
circuit is sonically transparent in normal use and unobtrusive when activated.
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