Bruce Weldy wrote:
There is absolutely no reason to run 4 ohm drivers. By putting them on separate amps, you won't be able to use the same limiter (if you are using a driverack or some other processor) for both amps as they put out different voltage....
If you ever decide to change your amp configuration or add more speakers, you've made it harder and more expensive.
As long as the amp delivers the voltage that it claims, then running all 4 off of the same amp will not be a problem. And it is way easier to re-configure in the future with 8 ohm cabs than with 4 ohm cabs.
Can I ask? Why do you want the 4 ohm driver? Do you think it is somehow louder than the 8 ohm? Or, is there some other reason?
The only reason for use 4ohm driver in separately amps is because i thought i dont have enought power to move 2 drivers with one amps, but i'll made the test and tell us.
I dont have procesor is necesary? My config is mixer ecler nuo 4(has outup 1v with 0db), eq, crossover, and. Splitters, next amps. Is ok?
You have reason to work with 8ohm driver is better for the future more easy. I dont now if this is usefull m6 specs are this:
-Potencia de salida (8 Ohm): 2x600 W
-Potencia de salida (4 Ohm): 2x1.050 W
-Potencia de salida (2 Ohm): 2x1.400 W
-Potencia de salida (BRIDGE) (8 Ohm): 1.750 W
-Potencia de salida (BRIDGE) (4 Ohm): 2.300 W
-Sensibilidad de entrada: 0,77/1,0/1,44V
-Impedancia: 20 Kohms
-Respuesta en frecuencia: 5Hz-50Khz
-THD 20Hz-20Khz (8 Ohm): 0,05 %
-Slew rate: 40V/usec
-Relación señal/ruido: 103 dB
-Seguridad: cortocircuito/temperatura/ultrasonic/ON-OFF/limitador/Protección RF
-Peso: 23 kg.