Posted by Deman on November 17, 2000 at 01:03:27:
Hey! sorry for the new message, I have been just slightly pre-occupied, and it took me a while to get back to the board. Great job on the math down below...only one tiny mistake, and I figured it out after a bit of thinking...it was just the way I read it. Now, another question. I know a power amp is going to produce more power at lower ohmage, as [lim x approaches zero for f(x)=Rn(x)] to the point of BOOM. Why then would a pair (or more)of speakers be wired in series, where it's going to be [lim x approaches zero for f(x)=Rn/(x)]? Or is this just a general rule for any load on a DC circuit? thanx again.
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