Onkyo TXsr-600

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  1. Greg Kolinski

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    Irecently bought the Onkyo txsr-600,and are now looking to get the full set of M&K THX 750 speaker set,as i now have the center channel.Problem is that I noticed that the M&K fronts are 4 ohm.Will this Onkyo be able to live under the low ohm load??
     
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    Hi Greg, I think the 600 is designed for a minimum of 6-ohm speaker load. By simple ohms law, reducing the resistance increases current (current output of your receiver that is). It can be used, but your receiver might attain its maximum output earlier than it should.
    I'm not an expert though on this, there might be other factors, and I'm sure there are more people here who can help. [​IMG]
     
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    I just found the spec sheet for my old AR's
    impedance: 4 ohms nominal(3.6 min point) ,havent hurt it by now,probobly ok[​IMG]
     

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