- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
i assume you are talking about an amps comfort zone.
if you say 2 ohm stable you mean a 2 channel amp with 2 speakers that are 2ohm to 4 ohms but not 1 ohm.
you can use 2- 4 ohm speakers on each channel to get 2 ohms or one would be 4 ohms if the speaker is 4 ohms.
likely the amp is a 2 channel and it can be bridged to double the power to say one sub, a 4 ohm sub bridged on a 2 chan amp will double the power going to the sub.
here is an exercise in math.
try 1- 4 ohm speaker or 2- 4ohm speakers, it is all math.
in the end the 2 ohm stable means you can use 4 - 4 ohm speakers in stereo 2 per side, or 2 2ohm speakers.
google bridging a 2 channel amp, this means using both the left and right channels of a 2 channel amp to run one or more speakers.
all so if you have an amp look at the specs of the amp, is it 2 ohms stable stereo or what if bridged mono.
what ohm load is it stable?
- 5 years ago
can we use 6 ohms speakers ?