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6 ohm speaker on a 4 ohm car amp

 

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Username: Gongunner

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-18
Hi everyone i'mstarting to build a little sound for my room. Im a dj and I mix electronic music with an allen and heath and Im getting bored of my oldsound system (90's aiwa) (I will only use the speakers) These have an impedance of 6 ohms : https://k50.kn3.net/taringa/A/0/B/C/C/2/gongnr22/343.png

I would like to use these speakers for mid and hi frequencies. And on the floor a subwoofer. All this connected to a car amp thats works in 4-2 ohms.

My question : Can I connect the two speakers in parallel to a bridge 1 and 2. And the sub to a bridge 3 and 4? Here the amp :
https://k50.kn3.net/taringa/1/3/D/4/7/1/gongnr22/6E8.png

Thank you very much !!
 

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Username: Jan_b_vigne

Dallas, TX

Post Number: 18503
Registered: May-04
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It will work.

Why not just buy a decent home amplifier? Kludges always sound like kludges.


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Username: Gongunner

Post Number: 2
Registered: Mar-18
I have an Aiwa component but all frequencies are emitted by the same speaker and is cumbersome so i don't like this mini amp . Later finally I connected the aiwa speakers to a Home 5.1 (It has a small woofer of poor quality, although it is better than the aiwa amp) After this test with the 5.1 home and the aiwa speakers on the table I was thinking about the project mentioned above. I would like to buy a well-known subwoofer 10' (Pioneer) and on top of a table position the aiwa speakers and everything I mentioned in the post. Is it a bad idea? Will it sound dirty? The amp has 80 Watts RMS (20W per channel)
And the Aiwa speakers according to the manufacturer support up to 60 Rms
 

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Username: Jan_b_vigne

Dallas, TX

Post Number: 18504
Registered: May-04
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Speakers tend to sound dirty when you overdrive the amp into clipping.


Best advice, when you begin to hear distortion, turn down the volume.

https://www.google.com/search?q=what+is+amplifier+clipping&rlz=1CAACAY_enUS754US 756&oq=what+is+amplifier+clipping&aqs=chrome..69i57.5729j0j1&sourceid=chrome&ie= UTF-8


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