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Connect multiple speaker to single channel

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I have yamaha 3072 htib with yamaha p41 speakers set.
Front /center /left are 6ohm impedance
I have old two creative speaker with 4 ohm impedance each. (are in great condition)
Amplifier has 6 ohm channel input

I am thinking to add those 2 extra speaker to center speaker with existing yamaha speaker.. (to improve center speaker sound)

Can i do this technically?? Should i use series or parallel or mixed (series /parallel)

Plz help me out here

Will this improve sound from center without any harm to amplifier...
 
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tuff

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Nope. It will not improve the sound. And never overload the AVR with more than recommended speakers, you will invite disaster. Most AV recievers will not run 4 ohm speakers by themselves let alone connected with multiple speakers. Also Creative speakers usually have a max wattage rating besides the Ohm rating, and generally they are low powered speakers. Nothing but disaster waiting to happen.
 

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I have yamaha 3072 htib with yamaha p41 speakers set.
Front /center /left are 6ohm impedance
I have old two creative speaker with 4 ohm impedance each. (are in great condition)
Amplifier has 6 ohm channel input

I am thinking to add those 2 extra speaker to center speaker with existing yamaha speaker.. (to improve center speaker sound)

Can i do this technically?? Should i use series or parallel or mixed (series /parallel)

Plz help me out here

Will this improve sound from center without any harm to amplifier...
Absolutely Not. Dont even try it for kicks.Refer to this article for more info: SERIES & PARALLEL SPEAKER WIRING

You want to improve Center channel, get a better Center Speaker. In the mean time you can also try removing the Center speaker altogether which will route the Center signal to the two Front speakers.

MaSh
 

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Even if it were technical possible to load, you would only ruin the sound. Different speakers with different response curves would only distort the sound !
 

Naveenbnc

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Hey guys....

How are two drivers within a branded center speaker wired inside ?? Cant we apply the same method to connect two separate speakers ???

I don't want to try this. ..but Just asking to know .....
 
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