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Hello, I have a set of 4 of the Pyle PWRC82 Dual Channel 8" in ceiling speakers that I want to use with an older Panasonic 200w stereo system for my garage. The output impedance for the speaker hookup says 8 ohms to 16 ohms. I have wired the ceiling with 4 indivisual sets of 16 guage speaker wire ( one for each speaker +&- ). I'm in need of a simple diagram or instructions to connect my stereo to these speakers, as not to blow them up or damage the speakers or the stereo, as I'm not familiar with hooking up Dual Channel Speakers. Thank You Frank Licek

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  • frank122560 Mar 25, 2011

    Hello,

    I,m going to wire them up in series to raise the impedance to match the amp, as I have blown 1 speaker already.
    Thanks for the help.
    Frank

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Hook them up conventionally 2 speakers to your right side of amp/receiver and the other 2 to left. (2 positive to rt side of receiver, 2 grounds to grounds rt side, left the same... you won't blow those speakers.

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