Originally Posted by: JFRICKThe measure of Impedance works backwards.....4 ohms is less resistance than 8 ohms, and 8 ohms is less resistance than 16 ohms. So, the lower the number, the lower the resistance which means more power.

I hope I worded that right and in a way thats understandable.

I was thinking it was something like that. So, correct me if I am wrong, if the resistance is lower the speakers will draw more power from the head?

That I can understand but I still ask, why if there are two 8ohms in line does the resistance drop to 4ohms? Should it not be 16?

MSF

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