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Speakers inpedence

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Marvt74, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. Marvt74

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    I've just got me some nice new B&W 602's and since my old TDL KV1's are spare my mum was interested in using them with her Denon M31.

    I checked the the specs for it though and the unit suggests an impedence of 6-16 whereas the speakers are 4-8.

    Which is likely to go bang if something goes wrong or are they likely to be *alright*.

    The speakers currently in use are 6ohms
     
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    It'll be fine, for sure. Just remember to turn it down if you hear any distortion.
     

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