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16 0hm on xti 6000


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#1 marconi

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Posted 13 March 2012 - 05:03 AM

Dear all,
i have a configuration of one xti 6000

on each channel
i connect 4 Bose MA12 speakers http://worldwide.bose.com/pro/en_us/web/pa...eaker/page.html

2 MA12 in series then parallel to another 2 MA12 in series

is there any problem in that configuration? specially if one connection is loose then the amplifier will see 16 ohm impedance?




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Posted 16 March 2012 - 04:14 AM

QUOTE(marconi @ Mar 13 2012, 05:03 AM) View Post
Dear all,
i have a configuration of one xti 6000

on each channel
i connect 4 Bose MA12 speakers http://worldwide.bose.com/pro/en_us/web/pa...eaker/page.html

2 MA12 in series then parallel to another 2 MA12 in series

is there any problem in that configuration? specially if one connection is loose then the amplifier will see 16 ohm impedance?

Hello,
I don't see any problem here. Going from 8 ohm to 16 ohm in case of a loose connection is not problematic for the amp, it's also not problematic for the speakers.