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Lord Soth
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Taboo and 4 Ohms Speakers?
12/26/11 at 13:34:58
 
Hi,

Will the Taboo be able to work with speakers which have 4 Ohms impedance?

The specs in the owner's manual says "6 watts RMS into 8 ohms x 2".

So how many watts of RMS output can I expect for 4 Ohms?
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Re: Taboo and 4 Ohms Speakers?
Reply #1 - 12/26/11 at 15:32:52
 
I have used my TABOO with 2 kinds of 4 OHM speakers, the MG944 and the TRAPEZIUM with excellent results.

I don't know how many watts result from a 4 OHM as opposed to an 8 OHM impedance.

I also used the TABOO with 8 OHM impedance Von Schweikert monitors. In the end, the 4 OHM TRAPEZIUMS won out, because of many factors, not just impedance.
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Re: Taboo and 4 Ohms Speakers?
Reply #2 - 12/26/11 at 15:36:55
 
FWIW I have an EL84 amp that is 6w 8 ohms and 3.5w 4 ohms in Pentode.
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