JonnyBoy wrote:am I understanding this right, two speakers in parallel you go from positive post of one to neg of the other and the same for the other terminal? I have mine hooked neg to neg pos to pos then to the 1/4 plug.
ugly rumor wrote:JonnyBoy wrote:am I understanding this right, two speakers in parallel you go from positive post of one to neg of the other and the same for the other terminal? I have mine hooked neg to neg pos to pos then to the 1/4 plug.
Parallel = + to + , - to - = ok, ohms = one half of impedance of single speaker
Series = + to _ to + to - = ok, ohms = twice impedance of single speaker
out of phase = + to - to - to + = bad, don't do this!
you are running parallel...A+ is your grade! your impedance is speaker "A" ohms divided by two (assuming both speakers are matched...have the same impedance, which is how it should be).
Speaker "A" = 16 ohms, speaker "B" = 16 ohms, you have 8 ohms of impedance in parallel
" " =4ohms, " " = 4 ohms, " " " " " " " series
NeebruM wrote:
And yes, out of phase speakers sound worse to me anyway...
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