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Author Topic: Running Parallel w Home Runs  (Read 540 times)

Eric Sean

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Re: Running Parallel w Home Runs
« Reply #10 on: February 11, 2020, 11:00:42 pm »

And so they are.

70 volt or low impedance version, that's makes all the difference on how many you can run off of an amp
provided driven with a proper amp.

Lol. Im good with numbers and correct amps. My question was more on preferred ways of hooking up multiple speakers to one channel. Twisting and straight through a binding post, stacking spades, spades and bananas, etc.
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Re: Running Parallel w Home Runs
« Reply #11 on: February 11, 2020, 11:41:16 pm »

Lol. Im good with numbers and correct amps. My question was more on preferred ways of hooking up multiple speakers to one channel. Twisting and straight through a binding post, stacking spades, spades and bananas, etc.

For multiple lines coming back to a single amp channel output I'll bring them into a terminal strip, jump them together to get a single pair to the amp.

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Re: Running Parallel w Home Runs
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