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missions m34i sub and ohms


Standard Member
hi im just about to buy some mission m34i for £229 which is the cheapest i can find for those and wanna no if i can plug them into my panasonic sub until i can afford a receiver


13db 48Hz to 20kHz
* In-Room Freq
* Bandwidth -6dB at 44Hz / 28kHz
* Sensitivity SPL/m/2.83V 90dB
* Cross-Over Frequency 2.7kHz
* Effective Volume 17.7 litres
* Nominal Impedance 8 Ohm (min
* 3.6Ohms)
* Amplifier power 25 - 100W/Ch

panasonic sub is only 4 ohms

so would this be ok for now



Active Member
no this woukd not be ok!!
as far as i know you cant plug speakers into a sub, and what are you going to listen to if you havnt got an amp to play stuff through??
your speakers and sub both need to go to an amp, otherwise things may blow up!!
dont say i didnt warn you...


Standard Member
please someone help me im new to all this.so could i do this.all i want is a yes or no.im waiting to oder the missions thanx


That Pansonic is a HTIB, which includes 5 + 1 amps. No do not connect the Missions into the Pansonic, it's incapable of driving them. You could damage the drivers.

You'll need a av receiver. I'd looking into a £300-£400 av receiver/av amp.

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