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Using car speakers with a a/v reciever

 

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I have a old onkyo av reciever that I use for my sound system in my shop, I got some 6x9's to use with it thinking i would save money.....the reciever can handle down too 6 ohm speakers but the pioneers i got are 4 ohm....they play but i don't want to overheat my reciever and i haven;t had them playing for long yet....is there any way to raise the impedence of the 6x9's ?
they are three way speakers and i don't really want the mid range speaker anyway so would disconnecting that make a difference in the overall impedence?....any help would be great.

excuse my ignorance on ohms and impedence, i don't know much about it.
 

engine giver
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You ask um dumb question. Home audio and car audio measured differently. Can use together but when you do, sound quality is no good and strain is placed on receiver. Don't be cheapo bum. Use apples with apples. Do not mate buffalo with dog.
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