Hola. I've got an intriguing wiring question involving speaker impedance (redundant, I know).
Okay, I have two audio channels. Seven speakers. One demux.
Two of which are wired together in series, wired into the demux in parallel.
Another two in the exact same set up, together in series, to the board in parallel.
I have two wired in series, then to the board in a bridged parallel (positive on one channel, negative on the other).
I then have one speaker bridged in parallel (positive one channel, negative other).
So, how do I go about measuring total impedance to each channel? Since.. You know, if you count the two speakers in series and bridged as one speaker, I have two speakers bridged, in which case I can't measure TOTAL impedance on one channel. So.. Uh.. Yeah, any ideas?
I don't have the individual speaker ohms handy, I can check them tonight.