Ok, so I have the following:
Infinity Kappa Five Amp
Kappa 693.9i 6x9 Speaker Pair (2ohm impedance)
Kappa 462.9cfp 4x6 Pair (2ohm impedance)
Kappa 6-1/2" 3-way Speaker Pair (2ohm impedance)
Right now I basically have the amp in a standard 5 channel operation:
Two 6x9 speakers are connected to rear amp channel, sub is connected to sub channel, and the 6x9 are connected to front channel.
Can I safely connect the two 4x6 speakers to the same channel my 6 1/2 are connected to at the same time?
I found this in my amp manual-
Minimum speaker impedance for stereo operation is
2 ohms. Minimum speaker impedance for bridged
operation is 4 ohms. Minimum subwoofer impedance
is 2 ohms.
So if I connect the 4x6 in series it would equal 4 ohms I believe or would I need to connect them in parallel? I think I can just connect them in a series, I just would like to verify that is Ok before I do anything.