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Re: looking for a schmatic for the 410 tvx 4 ohm and the...
Go to www.peavey.com/asstes/literature/specs/005584220_3.pdf. Apparently the 410 TVX can be used in 4ohm or ohm configurations just don't drop below 4 ohms and make sure your amp has the minimum required impedence. Hope this helps.
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I would assume that the 18" was a 4 ohm if the two 10" were 8 each. Though it might work in a pinch, the crossover point would be different and the balance between the speakers would probably be different as well. It's suggest calling Peasvey Customer Service to get the best answer. Here is their link- Peavey com
you could add 3 more 8 ohm speakers in series / parallel wiring and keep an 8 ohm load to the amp, or
2x 4 ohm speakers in series, or
2x 16 ohm speakers in parallel
What kind of problem are you having with this, I assume impedance matching. 2 speakers in parallel cut impedance in half. ex. 2 x 8ohm in parallel equal 4 ohm. IF the same speakers are in series, they double impedance, ex. 2 x 8ohm in series equal 16 ohm. Now matching 2sp and 2 sp, both pairs SHOULD be wired the same and the removal of 2 (dep on config) usually would be treated as 1 ?ohm circuit that equal the other ?ohm circuit. AFTER the removal of 1 leg, the impedance could double or half, depending on configuration.
The Ohms for individual speakers is measuring the impedence of that speaker and NOT the pure resistance. Speakers are usually 4hom or 8 ohm impedence, but you can get outside those figures occassionally. When you talk of "Cab" are you talking of a "Speaker Cabinet"? What is it you're trying to achieve? Connecting the wrong impedence speaker to a device can do damage to that device or sometimes even to the speaker itself. May I suggest you say something like "I want to connect the speakers from my [Brand Name and Model] stereo sytem to my [Brand Name and Model] Ipod thingy." If this is the case, then you might do some damage to your equipment.
Those specs would be right - I have this same board but the amp was fried by a previous owner. I pulled the amp board out and tossed it and use the mixer now to drive an external amp. Great board.
This amp is rated at 1200W "peak", bridged into an 8ohm load. That would equate to about 900W RMS bridged into 8ohm or 450 per side into 4ohm loads per side.
You can't daisy chain all 4 speakers....impedance would be too low. You can run two of your 8ohm speakers per side - that results in a 4ohm load per side for the amp. That would give you amp delivery of 450W per side. Your speakers are rated to handle more than that so you're fine.
For the record.....you could run one speaker per side no problem....just lower power output.
As long as the impedance of the speakers do NOT go below the rating of the amp you can connect them without worry Your amp would drive two 8 ohm speakers. Using the 16 ohm speaker it will only draw half the current and only accept half the power that one of the 8 ohm outputs can deliver.
The second jack which is present on MOST speakers is for daisy-chaining a second speaker. One has to make sure to NOT go below the minimum impedance allowed by your amplifier. Often this minimum is 4 ohms which allows TWO 8 ohm speakers to be connected to the 4 ohm output.
Peavey XR 8600?? Well it's 600w per ch. at 4 ohms/per side. So, whichever mode you use (Main, or Main/Monitor) you are best to have a 4 ohm total load for each channel of amplification. Ex.--Mains only, one 4ohm speaker per channel will give you 600W per side. Or two 8ohm speakers per channel in parallel, which makes a 4 ohm total load.
Main/Monitor mode---treat it the same way. one 4ohm, or two 8 ohms parallel. per channel.
Your best situation is to have a 4 ohm total load for each channel of amplification to get your 600W.
Weather of not you can use this speaker as an extension cab depends on a number of things. First, what amp are you planning you use for it? What is the minimum resistance for this amp (2ohm or 4 ohm probably). Second, what is the primary cab you are using ans what is the resistance on that? (2ohm, 4ohm or 8ohm).
Is there just one speaker in you proposed extension cab? The goal is to have all the speakers wired in parallel without lowering the resistance to a point that will damage the head. So if your amps minimum resistance is 4ohm then your cabs will have to both be 8ohm, running in parallel the overall resistance will be 4ohm.