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Bengali 25th October 2006 05:44 PM

chip amps into 6 ohm load
 
Hi,

my speakers are rated 6ohms.
for the LM3886, do I need to parallel two of them?
or one should be fine.

has anyone made a higher power chip amp?
100-200watts?

thanks

mateo88 25th October 2006 06:15 PM

One will lm3886 definitely be fine, but the rails need to be at a somewhat lower voltage than if you were using an 8 ohm speaker.

As for the higher powered amps, search for BPA-200. Bridge-parallel amps can put 200 watts into a 4 ohm load easily.


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