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Old 6th September 2011, 09:46 AM   #1
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Default Amplifier testing on PC with DAAS

I want to test amplifier (150W + 150 W) in bridge mode with 8 ohms impedance. As the amplifier outout is more i need to attenuate it -6db.
is it safe to use just L pads with high power resistors 4 ohms & 8 ohms.
4 ohms will in series & 8 ohms will in parallel to load.
I am looking for guidance from fellow members.
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