Question about Sony STR-DE985 Receiver
Twonames- well it all depends on what your receiver takes for a load,look on the back and most of the time the speaker impedence is marked.If you don,t see any then I would suggest 8 ~16 ohms.This is generally the average range,hope this helps you . cooltek Mar,15/08
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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If you don't want to buy new speakers, settle for safer low volume levels.
You're going to kill that receiver driving a 3-ohm load. HTS-style speakers aren't reliably re-deployable to other electronics. Perhaps, if you have 4 speakers and they're similar you could wire them in SERIES and present a 6-ohm load to each channel.
Re-engineering the speakers themselves is, well, don't do it. It isn't rocket science but it also isn
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