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#958 - 01/16/02 11:15 PM Impedance
gooddomino Offline
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Is the impedance of the vocal point 150 4 ohms or 5.5 ohms?I'm also looking at the M40/50,QS 4 and EP175 - what are their exact impedances?

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#959 - 01/17/02 12:45 PM Re: Impedance
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The VP150 is 5.5 ohms and an easy 5.5 ohms at that. By easy I mean the lowest impedance point on the curve is not in the low bass. The M40, M50, and QS4 are all 8 ohms. The EP175 is 6 ohms but as it comes with its own amplifier this is not a consideration when choosing a receiver.

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