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2 Loads on one Amp?

 

Thanks4URtime
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I wanted to know if I could use one multi channel amp to power two different sets of speakers that require different ohms/loads?

Example:

Orion 4004
RMS Power Output:
50 watts x 4 chan. @ 4 Ohms
200 watts x 4 chan. @ 2 Ohms
200 watts x 2 chan. @ 4 Ohms Bridged

Could I power a set of Alpine SPR-69LP 6 x 9's with 50 watts RMS each (max 55) and then power a set of Polk audio components DB6500(only ones that will fit my car without modifying it) with 100 watts RMS each (recommended 10 - 100 watts RMS)?

And if you know of any other shallow mount component speakers, let me know.....Thanks
 

Clownass
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That amp would runs all 4 speakers very well.

"two different sets of speakers that require different ohms/loads?"

What do you mean?
 

Bronze Member
Username: Tj80

Vancouver, BC Canada

Post Number: 13
Registered: Aug-05
I've had the same question, and I think what he means is run 4 ohm speakers on 2 channels, and run a 2 ohm load on the other two channels.

I think the answer is no, you need to run the same load on all the channels, but I don't really know.
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