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Old 05-06-2002, 12:40 AM   #1
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stereo people...ohm question and wiring..

Ok I have boston pro 6.5's and an xtant 302a..which is 75 by2 at 4 ohms and 150 by 2 at 2 ohms.The speakers are 3 ohm speakers. Right now I have them wired direct aka not wired in any specail way. How would I wire it so they get more than 75 each ? or is that not possible? Thanks..Also the speakers are single voice coil i think
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Old 05-06-2002, 12:56 AM   #2
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Wire the speakers in parallel...

that will reduce the effective impedance load to 1.5ohms. Just make sure your amp is stable down to that load.

You might want to try the FAQ at www.crutchfield.com I believe they have speaker wiring diagrams there.

Good Luck. :tongue:
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