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Posted by Sten on December 27, 2004 at 00:38:28:
In Reply to: Re: SPEAKER OHMS/WATTAGE posted by mark gillard on December 27, 2004 at 00:14:53:
: : : Instead of using all the 5 speakers that come with my Sony DVD/VCR RECEIVER HOME THEATRE SYSTEM, I would like to substitute the 2 rear speakers with a SANSUI SP1200
: : : SPEAKER.
: : : THE TWO REAR SPEAKERS OF THE SONY IS;
: : : SONY SPEAKER MSP76, RATED AT 6 OHMS, 70 WATTS
: : : I LIKE TO CHANGE IT WITH 2 SANSUI SP1200 SPEAKERS
: : : WHICH IS A 3 WAY, 5 SPEAKER RATED AT 8 OHMS, 60 WATTS.
: : : Before I do the change, can anybody please tell me what to expect?
: : : 1. Will it significantly change the overall sound quality?
: : : 2. will i damge the system because of the change in watts and ohms in the speakers?
: : :
: : : thanks
: : : max
: : No damage to your system. The change will be the difference in sound between your Sony and Sansui speaker.
: Can you use a pair of 4ohm speakers on the 9090db with no damage? (I'm just a newbie.)
Itīs okay to use 4 ohms speakers.
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