#1
I have a Phonic Powerpod 410 powered mixer. On the back next to the outputs it says Min. speaker impedance 4 ohms. Does this mean that I can only use either two 8 ohm speakers or one 4 ohm speaker or i have to have at least 4 ohms but i can also have 2 or 1 ohm?

Thanks
"I don't give a f*** if you boo, just boo in key"-Jimi Hendrix

SS

Gear:
Mesa Single Rectifier Solo head 50
Some crappy old cab
Vox Satchurator
Frontman 15G
Epiphone G-400
#2
I'm not an amp tech and not really familiar with PA systems but I would think 2 ohms or 1 ohm is bad. If the 'min' is 4 then match to that or higher based on the manf. rec.

If 2 - 8 ohm speakers are wired in parallel then yes, you'd have 4.
If 2 - 8 ohm speakers are wired in series then you would have 16 total ohms.

I think,,,,
#3
you should invest in a better system brah just fyi

Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
I'm not an amp tech and not really familiar with PA systems but I would think 2 ohms or 1 ohm is bad. If the 'min' is 4 then match to that or higher based on the manf. rec.

If 2 - 8 ohm speakers are wired in parallel then yes, you'd have 4.
If 2 - 8 ohm speakers are wired in series then you would have 16 total ohms.

I think,,,,



Good amplifiers will go down to 2 ohms no problem. On that phonic i'm almost 100% sure it wont support 2 ohms.
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
Congrats dude. I kinda want a BJ too 'cause I like them so much. I'll check your clipz later.

Last edited by injected at Nov 8, 2009,
#4
Thanks I know its not much of a system but I can't really afford a better one. so if I wired 4 ohms in parallel with 2 ohms would that be 6?
"I don't give a f*** if you boo, just boo in key"-Jimi Hendrix

SS

Gear:
Mesa Single Rectifier Solo head 50
Some crappy old cab
Vox Satchurator
Frontman 15G
Epiphone G-400