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XTI2000 Different load on both channels


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#1 piruloy2k

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 07:23 PM

Hi Team;
Can I run one XTI2000 with different load on channels in Stereo Mode?
I'm planning to hook up 4 four 8-omh speakers in channel 1
and 2 two 8-omh subs on the other, obviously all of them in parallel in their own channel.
If this possible or will kill the amp because Channel 1 will be in 2omh and Channel B in 4omh?
What will be the recommended setting in this scenario?
Thanks!

Carlos Brea
Puerto Rico



#2 Stephane

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Posted 28 November 2011 - 10:10 PM

QUOTE(piruloy2k @ Nov 28 2011, 07:23 PM) View Post
Hi Team;
Can I run one XTI2000 with different load on channels in Stereo Mode?
I'm planning to hook up 4 four 8-omh speakers in channel 1
and 2 two 8-omh subs on the other, obviously all of them in parallel in their own channel.
If this possible or will kill the amp because Channel 1 will be in 2omh and Channel B in 4omh?
What will be the recommended setting in this scenario?
Thanks!

Carlos Brea
Puerto Rico

Yes you can,think the amp as 2 mono amps in one case, as long you load within minimum spec the amplifier does not care, cheer

#3 piruloy2k

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 08:50 PM

QUOTE(Stephane @ Nov 28 2011, 11:10 PM) View Post
QUOTE(piruloy2k @ Nov 28 2011, 07:23 PM) View Post
Hi Team;
Can I run one XTI2000 with different load on channels in Stereo Mode?
I'm planning to hook up 4 four 8-omh speakers in channel 1
and 2 two 8-omh subs on the other, obviously all of them in parallel in their own channel.
If this possible or will kill the amp because Channel 1 will be in 2omh and Channel B in 4omh?
What will be the recommended setting in this scenario?
Thanks!

Carlos Brea
Puerto Rico

Yes you can,think the amp as 2 mono amps in one case, as long you load within minimum spec the amplifier does not care, cheer



Thanks for the suggestion!