To attach 4 speakers to a single Amp or Connect:Amp, the speaker impedance must be 8 ohms. Anything outside of that may damage the Amp, Connect:Amp, or speakers.
I found this at www.theverge.comThis answer mi question.thanks.
Very usefull information. So www.theverge.com its in some way making fake news.
¨ This was technically possible on the prior model, but you could run into trouble if the speakers weren’t a great match for the Connect:Amp. “That’s about the lower impedance — being able to drive a lower impedance,” said Benji Rappoport, product manager for the Sonos Amp. “We can do that now because we’re putting out more than three times the output current¨For me, I undestand that they are talking about lower impedance. Benji says that now its possible.
I hope that Benji Rappoport or other guy from SONOS could clear out this dilemma.
Don’t suppose anyone has actually tried the new Sonos Amp with 4x 6ohms speakers to see if it’s works? I already 4x ceiling speakers and would be a pain to change them or get 2x Connect amps otherwise.
I found this at www.theverge.com “This is a really high quality amplifier that should dispel all the chatter we’ve heard that Connect:Amp is just a toy,” he said. “Sonos Amp is a real amplifier, and we’re really proud of that.”
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