Question about Acoustic Solutions M 100 Main / Stereo Speaker
This will not affect your speakers. It will affect your amplifier: Not in a bad way, if it's a relatively new one. 16 Ohms just means a bigger load, which means they will need more output (crank the volume knob...) to give the same volume as would an 8 Ohm speaker system. Lower impedance systems than the minimal ones indicated on your amp can harm it, if it has no thermal safety. I blew up a vintage akai this way. Also a lot depends on the sensitivity of the speakers. This is indicated in dB/W. The higher, the more volume it gives. Consumer speakers range around 90 dB/W. Be careful with high-sensitivity (92 or more) in combination with older and/or less powerfull (40W/channel) amplifiers.
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
It will not be as loud and you will have to turn up the volume.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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