Question about Ohm L Speaker
I just received an awesome receiver to replace my broken one. It is a sony STR-DE545. My speakers from my old receiver are from a htib sony from 2001. Link
They are rated 4 ohm 100w speakers but the receiver is rated at 100w and 8 ohm per channel on center and rear speakers. I do not know what i can do. I have extra speakers that i can series with the speakers to get 8 ohm but then it gets cluttered. Is there anything you guys can offer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You're going to kill that receiver driving a 3-ohm load. HTS-style speakers aren't reliably re-deployable to other electronics. Perhaps, if you have 4 speakers and they're similar you could wire them in SERIES and present a 6-ohm load to each channel.
Re-engineering the speakers themselves is, well, don't do it. It isn't rocket science but it also isn
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