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Or I might just have to find a receiver that is used and that will work on 4 ohms speakers. Like I bet even a 6 ohms receiver will work. Goodwill might have some receivers there and some are nice onces and might have ones that work with 4 ohms speakers.
    
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Connect them in series problem solved
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Lepai TA2020 ~$15-20
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Or I might just have to find a receiver that is used and that will work on 4 ohms speakers. Like I bet even a 6 ohms receiver will work. Goodwill might have some receivers there and some are nice onces and might have ones that work with 4 ohms speakers.

The TA2020 is a great amp.
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post #14 of 15
I did last week find a Aiwa AV-X120U 5.1ch receiver that is 100 watts per channel and also have a switch that will set the ohms to 4 or 8. So basicly I can connect a pair of 4 ohms speakers so that's good. I got this receiver for $60 at Goodwill. This receiver is a 5.1 channel receiver and isn't those very cheap $100 shelf stereo systems that come with speakers and CD player, etc. It is an actualy receiver like normal ones. It is little more compact in size also so that's nice.
post #15 of 15
That selector switch is another manufacturer BS scheme.

All the "low impedance" setting do is to step down the rail voltage fed to the amplifier by the secondary of the power transformer. The unfortunate side effect is clipping at a much lower power level.
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