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301 V Series impedance A/V

Hi all.
I want to connect my 301 to a Sansui A80 amplifier that has an output for 8 ohms.
The techinical data available for the 301 is that the impendance is from 4 to 8... that´s new for me... it´s variates?
Does someone has this setup?
best,
 
Oscar
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Re: 301 V Series impedance A/V

Hi OscarMEP,

 

Thank you for posting and welcome to the community. I would be happy to help clarify this for you.

 

You are correct the 301 V speakers are compatible with an impedance of 4-8 ohms. What this means, is they can be connected to an amplifier with an output between 4-8 ohms.

 

I have had a look into the amplifier you are looking to connect them to, and as it is 65 watts per channel and 8 ohms, this should be fine to use with the speakers.

 

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any further questions.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Keith L - Community Support

 

 

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Re: 301 V Series impedance A/V

Thank you very much for your answer Keith.

 

So, it´s compatible but...which is the 301 impedance?

I read somewhere that the 301 have 6 ohms and the specifications of the A-80 in the mentioned website says "Speaker load impedance: 8Ω (minimum)".
Are you sure that I can use this setup without any problem?

Thanks in advance,

Oscar

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Re: 301 V Series impedance A/V

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Re: 301 V Series impedance A/V

Hi Oscar,

 

Apologies for the delayed response. This set up will be absolutely fine. So the speakers can accept anywhere between 4-8 ohms. The receiver output 8 ohms as a minimum but the speakers are compatible to handle this. 

 

I hope this clears things up. If you have any further questions, feel free to get back to us.

 

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