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I need to find out what is the impedance for my 10 inch driver/ speakers on my VR970 boston acoustic tower speakers. Is there a way I can find the impedance of these 10 inch drivers?

I have Boston Acoustics Tower Speakers - VR970 which is the 3-way, powered floor standing loudspeaker with system-specific crossover and a 125-watt integrated amplifier with 10" powered subwoofer.but not manufactured any more unfortunately. Unfortunately due to moisture setting in the driver/ speaker has been destroyed. I ned to buy new drivers, but do not know if the IMPEDANCE of the speaker is 4 Ohms or 8 Ohms.... is there any way I can get that information? Please Help

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SOURCE: 250W, 8 Ohms speakers on 150W, 6-16 Ohms Amplifier.. What is the effect of this?

If your amp states that it will support a range of 6 - 16 ohms, an 8 Ohm speaker will work fine on it. If the speakers you hook up to it are lower than 6 ohms, it may work until you turn it up, then it will either shut down or burn out the finals. If you hook up a speaker that has a higher than 16 ohm, it will not get very loud, and it shouldn't hurt the amp.

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SOURCE: On back panel impedance for 2 speakers is 4-16 ohms. I run a pair of 6 ohm speakers with receiver and this is find. I want to connect 4 speakers all 6 ohms impedance and need to know if this is safe f

Stephen, it may depend on how the system is protected, but generally the protection is designed to prevent the transistors from overcurrent. This would happen if you turn the volume up too high. If your receiver is newer--say built after 2005 or so, it will likely protect itself. You can hook up your speakers and see if it works. It will likely trip the internal protection at high volume, depending on the amplitude of the music signal. My main warning would be to not run the volume high for long periods and make sure there is nothing blocking the cooling vents on the unit.

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