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Often people are wanting to add speakers to their amplifier to increase power. However, in most cases, adding speakers will reduce the power in any one speaker. This article looks at how multiple speakers share power from the amplifier, whether they are wired in series, parallel or series and parallel.
Probably one of the things people have the most trouble with when installing multiple subs or dual voice coil subs is when it comes to wiring them to the amp. Series wiring for speakers means you are connecting the speakers like a chain. The positive terminal from one speaker to the negative terminal of the next speaker.
Hint: You don't necessarily need a receiver with subwoofer output jacks. Subwoofers are used in most home theater systems, but subs can also radically improve the sound of stereo systems -- and not just the ones with small speakers. Subs can provide a foundation to the sound that few speakers can muster on their own.
Subwoofers are definitely an important component in a home theater system, providing the knock-your-socks-off low-frequency effects impact for all those sci-fi and action movies, as well as the low frequencies from acoustic and electric bass, and even kettle drums, from those jazz, rock, and symphonic albums. In surround soundthe subwoofer is assigned to its own dedicated channel that is where the. However, just because you have included a subwoofer in your home theater setup, that doesn't mean you are getting all the bass impact you need or want.
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This article covers the setup and requirements of attaching speakers to an Amp or Connect:Amp. If you're wiring four speakers, they must be wired in parallel and the attached speakers must be 8 ohms. If you have Sonos Architectural speakers by Sonance, you can wire up to six of them to a Sonos Amp in parallel.
Estimated read time: 3 minutes 45 seconds. Want to read later? All speakers have a measurement of resistance, called impedance which is measured in ohms.