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    FI Ohm Loads?

    I have a dual 2 sp4 from fi but the site states 1.27 Ohms/coil - does that mean itll actually be closer to like .60 ohms or something? just like the D1 are really 0.65 Ohms/coil .. I thought if that is the case its pretty cool since it should help with box rise ect.



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    Re: FI Ohm Loads?

    DC resistance and nominal impedance are different.




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    Re: FI Ohm Loads?

    yep just wire it as a dual 2 ohm



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    Re: FI Ohm Loads?

    Just hook a multimeter up to it...



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    Re: FI Ohm Loads?

    Quote Originally Posted by JerryEllis View Post
    Just hook a multimeter up to it...
    Yeah this. It'll tell you exactly!



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    Re: FI Ohm Loads?

    box rise is only applicable to a burp and only to the resonant frequency during that burp not for the whole bandwidth of the amps output (20-120hz)



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