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Old 3rd June 2007, 07:20 PM   #1
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Default Putting an 8 ohm L-Pad for 6-ohm driver?

Hi.
I just built my very first custom component speakers for the car. The individual drivers sound great, but the volume of the tweeters do not match the woofer so I need an L-pad. The problem is that its pretty hard to find a 6 ohm L-pad. I do not want to order something so small from the internet and pay shipping when I can get it locally.

They sell L-pads at a local store here. I havent actually been to the actual store, but their website lists a variety of L-pads. the problem is that the website does not actually list the impedance ratings for these L-pads. I am guessing they are probably 8 ohm? Would it be okay to put an 8 ohm L-pad in my system, which is 6 ohms?
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