Ok, I'm going to be honest, I'm in the wrong forum for this question but I tried a hifi-forum and was ignored.
Anyhow, I actually won a couple of speakers in a competition I entered. It's a couple of Cerwin-Vega VE-8F. And now to the problem. The impedance on these are 4 ohm. My receiver/amplifier (Onkyo TX-NR509) supports 6-16 ohm. So I checked the manual and what it said is that what can happen is a safetycircuit activates if I play very loud for a long time (I'm guessing it has to be bassheavy too?) and the impedance goes too low.
I'm not going to play extremly loud, because of my very sensitive neighbour, but I would appreciate som helpful tips here. Is there a risk of damaging anything?
I first thought of selling them and help finance a musical instrument of some sort, but I still have to pay a profit tax on them which means I wouldn't make any profit at all. We have among the highest taxes in the world in Sweden.
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