How can I speakers in such a way that i get the best outcome in terms of power? Answered
Ok i have 4 speaker which can handle 80W continuous power and having an impedence of 4 ohm each. I also have a 4 channel amplifier.
The amplifier outputs are as follow:
60W RMS x 4 @ 4 ohms
80W RMS x 4 @ 2 ohms
160W RMS x 2 @ 4 ohms bridged
How can i wire the speakers in such a way that i get the best outcome in terms of power?
I've been thinking of wiring 2 sets of 2 speakers in parallel and connecting them to the amp as bridge stereo.
But the problem is that i don't know if it will cause problem to the amp.
because the amp is 2ohm stable but i don't know if it is 2ohm stable when bridged