#1
can i plug something thats 8 ohms into a 16 ohms speaker? will either thing get damaged? I would think that it would be fine because its 8ohms>16ohms, not the other way around.
#3
what is this thing you plan on plugging into this 16ohms speaker?
I would say yes you could although it's not highly recommened plus the sound qaulity of the speaker will not be as great as when your matching the ohms.
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#4
if you connect two of the 16 ohm speakers in parallel, then yes because when you have two of something the same resistance, the resistance is cut in half over both of them

but i would advise you to not plug the 8 ohmn into a single 16 ohm speaker
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#5
You can safely plug an 8 ohm amp into a 16 ohm speaker. The performance won't be optimal, but it's safe.

Don't do it the other way around, though.
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what is this thing you plan on plugging into this 16ohms speaker?
I would say yes you could although it's not highly recommened plus the sound qaulity of the speaker will not be as great as when your matching the ohms.


its my heil talkbox. the speaker out is 8 ohms i believe, but the speaker is 16ohms. would it work?