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#413861 - 08/02/15 11:22 AM LFR1100v4 power handling
7800 Offline
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Hello owners. I've curious about the power handling difference between the front and back arrays. Do I assume the back array has the same specs as an M22? The product page makes no reference to this (it should) and there is no online owners manual which I find to be a glaring omission. I will probably have to call the "experts" but I thought I'd throw the question out here first. I also think the nominal impedance for the back is probably 8 ohms not 4. Thanks for any info.
Brad
PS Anyone know why the M100 weighs 4 lbs more per speaker?


Edited by 7800 (08/02/15 11:27 AM)

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#413868 - 08/02/15 01:52 PM Re: LFR1100v4 power handling [Re: 7800]
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The M100 has the HP drivers so it's a bit heavier.
The specs for all the surround {Q series} are all 8ohm as most amps don't push the full wattage to the rear, so a 4ohm would probably send an amp in to clipping pretty quick.

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#413870 - 08/02/15 02:14 PM Re: LFR1100v4 power handling [Re: 7800]
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The HP drivers are the new standard spec on my LFR's for v4. The back array I was referring to are the rear firing speakers on the LFR. They have their own input terminals as each LFR requires at least 2 channels of amplification. 4 ohm impedance front and back.


Edited by 7800 (08/02/15 02:28 PM)

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#413874 - 08/02/15 03:45 PM Re: LFR1100v4 power handling [Re: 7800]
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Sorry thought you meant 100s
Yes the LFRs require 4 channels for the pair and HP is standard in both.
Most likely the rear is also 4ohm due to they are a front channel.

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#413879 - 08/02/15 04:48 PM Re: LFR1100v4 power handling [Re: 7800]
Mojo Offline
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The rear is 8. The front is 4. Actually more like 3.5 below 200 Hz.

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#413880 - 08/02/15 05:32 PM Re: LFR1100v4 power handling [Re: 7800]
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I actually checked the LFR1100 product page and they have added the fact that both arrays are nom 4 ohm. I'm just annoyed about the lack of information on Axiom's website. These are their flagship speakers and no owner's manual, probably a wrong weight spec, v3 pictures etc. I'm the who asked if the DSP doesn't have a 12v triigger, why are you advertising that it does? They changed it at least.

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