|Author:||sambo69 (registered user: 381 posts )|
|Date:||Thu, Jun 21st, 2012 @ 19:25 ( . )|
On 06/21/2012 @ 19:04, stringtheory wrote :
On 06/21/2012 @ 15:44, boblove wrote :
: Your question puzzled me but it got me to thinking about this.
: : If you OT has the 4, 8, and 16 ohm taps and you've wire up all the secondary taps to individual jacks. What are the consequences of plugging in an 8 ohm speaker into the 8 ohm jack and a 16 ohm speaker into the 16 ohm jack at the same time? My gut tells me this is a huge no-no. Is my guy right?
: Puzzling as in a bad question or some other way? Your 2 speaker hookup at the same time at different taps is interesting and I would like to know what that would do. I certainly have no idea.
Wouldn't it appear to the power section that a single speaker with an impedance of 8||16 ( 5.3 ohms) is connected?
--* impedance match
6/22/2012 @ 14:38--boblove
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