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silverlude56
03-06-2005, 08:43 AM
i plan to power my fronts with an audiobahn A4004T(4channel 50rms by 4 at 4ohms...and 100 by 4 at 2ohms)

i have the re comps up front...50rms each

but i want something a lil bit more then 50rms in the back. its hard to even find a speaker with that little wattage. so i was thinking if it was a 2 ohm speaker it would push 100rms to each 6x9 and 50rms to each 6.5 comp up front.

is that even possible?
if so...
what are some good 6x9s that are 2 ohm??

johnecon2001
03-06-2005, 09:01 AM
Since most people believe that rear fill is stupid. I doubt if any manufacturer makes a 2 ohm 6x9. I would just run a 4 ohm and live with it. Your distortion on the amplifier would go up with the two ohm load anyway.. not that you would hear it, but why would you want to increase distortion? thats just silly.

squeak9798
03-06-2005, 09:41 AM
You don't really want much power going to your rears anyways, as they should only be loud enough for rear seat passengers to hear. Not really any point in making 2ohm 6x9's

nothing13
03-08-2005, 01:28 PM
I agree that running more than 50 watts to the rear is unnecessary, but if you must, the older Orion Cobalt 6x9's were 3 ohm, i think thats as close as your gonna get.