#1
My thread in the Pit got closed before I got a definite answer and I thought this is where it should be so.....
What are ohms and what do I need to know about them before buying new speakers?
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#2
ohms the unit of mesurement of resistance.

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#3
ohms measures resistance you could really google this it would be alot easier
but if you need to know it has to do with your amplifier if you have to much current going through your speaker it will sound horrible or just blow any you will have to replace it, do you know how many mAs your amplifier puts out?
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#4
no **** if you post this in the pit it'd get closed.


ohms is the input impedance accepted by the speaker, and you should match it with your amp's output impedance. what amp do you have?
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no **** if you post this in the pit it'd get closed.


ohms is the input impedance accepted by the speaker, and you should match it with your amp's output impedance. what amp do you have?

I have a crate gx-130c....it has both 8 and 16 ohms on the back for speakers
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