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by:Yatai     2020-06-16
However most automotive loudspeakers are rated at 4 ohms.Plugging in an additional 8 ohm loudspeaker into either the existing connected speaker or the second socket on the same channel of the amplifier (if fitted) will equal 8 ohm + 8 ohm = 4 Ohms load to the amplifier.To get 2 ohms you would need to connect:-8 Ohms + 8 Ohms + 8 Ohms + 8 Ohms = a 2 Ohm Load, so to get your amplifiers 2 Ohm rating you need to connect (4x) 8 ohm speakers to it.Given the fact that each channel is identical and seperate, your Amplifier has the capability of running 4 x 8 ohm speakers per channel! - a total of 8 speakers - which is why I said to ignore 2 ohm ratings when buying an Amplifier and concentrate on the 4 or 8 ohm wattage ratings!.2 Ohms of load on the Amplifier can also be acheived by connecting (2x) 4 Ohm loudspeaker cabs to the same channel.In Hi-Fi Applications, it is also common to find 6 ohm and 4 ohm loudspeakers for sale in the marketplace. If your amplifier is rated at 4 ohms minimum load, then it is wise to just connect a single speaker to each channel to avoid overload.So some common speaker combinations are below8 Ohms load can be acheived by connecting either1 x 8 ohm speakeror2x 16 ohm speakers (16 ohm speakers are very rare nowadays)4 Ohms load can be acheived by connecting:-1x 4 Ohm speakeror2x 8 ohm loudspeakersor4x 16 ohm loudspeakersor1x 8 ohm and 2x 16 ohm loudspeakers
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