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    i have a 4 channel MTX 4004 amplifier. a pair of beyma 6.5" midbass speakers(4ohms) , a pair of 6.5" Hollywood Sound Labs components(4ohms) and a pair od cadence tweeters to go with the beymas, tweeters are also 4ohms.

    I was thinking to hook up the components to channels 1 & 2 at 4ohms stereo. 1 side to a channel. also hook up one beyma speaker and a tweeter to a channel to make a 2ohm load stereo. can anyone advise me plz?????







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    Re: Whats The Best Way TO Hook Up My Speakers to My Amplifier?

    you hgsould hooke themn to your amp[ifactor with wirez or! those wokres the best mang!




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    Re: Whats The Best Way TO Hook Up My Speakers to My Amplifier?

    Quote Originally Posted by bones justice View Post
    also hook up one beyma speaker and a tweeter to a channel to make a 2ohm load stereo.
    Won't work out to a 2 ohm load. The tweets will need a crossover and that will run it out to 4 ohms just like the component set.



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