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    Running different Ohm loads on 5-channel amp?

    Would it possible to run 4 ohms, for the front/rear channels, and then run 2 ohms for the sub channel for more power?







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    Re: Running different Ohm loads on 5-channel amp?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackse
    Would it possible to run 4 ohms, for the front/rear channels, and then run 2 ohms for the sub channel for more power?
    you bet shouldn't be a problem at all...

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