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|2nd February 2012, 11:16 AM||#1|
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running two apogee stages from single amp?
i am purchasing a second pair of apogee stage speakers and want to fun them in stacked formation.
i want to run two speakers from one amp-its a Muse M300 giving 300w into 8ohms and 500 into 4
i need to keep the impedance as high as possible so dont want just to parallel them.
so how best to do that?
i am thinking -option1
put the woofers panels in series,also put the tweeters in series,and run both in parallel,hopefully this would give roughly the same impedance as a single speaker.
option2-put the woofer panels in series but omit the crossover on the second speaker,do the same with the tweeters,and again run both in parallel
the stages are run as satellites from a high pass filter on an active subwoofer a muse model18
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