ugly rumor wrote:The range in ohms is very standard. 8 ohms often translates to anywhere from 5.5 to 8.5 or so, though usually in the 6-7 range. 4 ohms can be 2 or 5; that is why I consider a 4 ohm load to be amp abuse; 4 ohms is seldom 4 ohms. The less of a load you have, the greater the chance of the amp blowing, and to my ears the less warmth in the tone. Heat is the enemy of electrical components.
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