Sorry, what I meant was, when speakers (in general) are rated as 4 ohm (for example) they usually aren't always 4 ohms across all frequencies. Right? So is that 4 ohms a minimum, maximum, or nominal value.
Or in other words...since the impedance for the LCC varies across the frequency spectrum, what is the "rated" impedance? Would we say it's a 4 ohm speaker, a 6 ohm speaker, or an 8 ohm speaker? Or is the answer a simple "yes."
i was thinking the same thing. denon 3802 to a pair of kit 281's (custom with a shiva and hs200 amp each) along with a kit 281 center (or llc) and dual kit 81's per surround. 4 ohm nominal all the way around, complemented by a vishnu for the lows (to dan -- btw, what happened to the "early adopters club"?
oh yeah, and YES they do handle it, but i havent been able to get a power rating for them at 4 ohm yet.