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Old 31st December 2017, 06:09 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by planet10 View Post
An amplifier with low output impedance will largely be unaffected by changes in the impedance of the loudspeaker.

As the output impedance rises you need to start paying attention to speaker impedance. If you have a current amplifer (output impedance >> speaker impedance) you want to have a very flat impedance curve.

I think I get it.

Let`s say I got a 4 ohms amp.
Now I take a few speakers wire them parallel to around 2 ohms.
And connect them to the amp.

It is not ideal and of course I won't run it full blast.
In this scenario it will make a difference if speaker impedance is compensated.

But a 4 ohms speaker on a 4 ohms amp,
and a 8 ohms speaker on a 4 ohms amp for example is negligible.
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