Question about JVC Audio Players & Recorders
You must connect two sets of speakers to do this.
You must connect them in series.
Meaning, you connect the positive of one to the positive (red) on that reciever. Then you connect the negetive of that speaker to the positive of another four ohm speaker, then run the negetive of that speaker to the negetive on the reciever. Just like if you were connecting batteries together.
Remember never to connect multiple speakers in paralell. (positive to positive and negetive to negetive) as this would make four ohm speakers into a two ohm configuration.
You can use speakers with higher ohm ratings in this setup. For instance, if you connect an eight ohm speaker in series with a four ohm this would give you 12 ohms. Which is also acceptable.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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