Question about Pioneer VSX-454 Receiver
What happens if you hook up a 32 ohm speaker and a 4 ohm speaker in parallel? im about to try it but am worried it will only power the 4 ohm speaker and hurt my 8-16 ohm amp? i was hoping doing such a strange thing would raise the 4 ohm load and lower the 32 ohm load into a useable range.
thanks for the help,
I would not recomend doing this because the 4 ohm speaker is not enough to offset the 32 ohm speaker and the amp will have problems keeping up with the power consumption of the speakers and will eventully overheat and cause damage! (it will work but not well and not without risk to your amp!)
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Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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