Why 4 Ohm Loads Stress Your Amplifier

Discussion in 'Solid State' started by 240 Volts, Feb 14, 2006.

  1. Harryconover

    Harryconover Well-Known Member

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  2. Harryconover

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    I must dissagre sir the limitations of size was the weight at that time I was a sevise tech and flopping it around for a new set of outputs was a workouts the other statement about heat sink size size is 100 present wrong it’t as well there can not be too much heat sink all it does is allow the output device to do its best but there hevey and powerful transfomers are heavy !
     
  3. Harryconover

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    No offense
    no offense but the analogy suggested dosent work I think I know the idea that your trying to explain and I can’t follow it so perhaps a different try ?
     
  4. nonobaddog

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    4000 RPM in 1st gear - look stupid
    4000 RPM in 5th gear - get ticket
    The engine doesn't really care.
     
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