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I just bought this system and the default speaker impedance is set to 4 ohms. Is this the correct impedance or should I change it to 6 ohms?
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The specs will list the impedance of the speakers.
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The specs will list the impedance of the speakers.
Thats the thing. They dont list it.:
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It's not in the owner's manual? I don't know that I've ever seen that information not included in the specifications section of a manual.

The Yamaha site says that HTIB comes with an NS-AP2600 speaker package. The specs in that manual say the speakers are 6 ohms.
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I have the same speakers and run them at 8 ohms. They are plenty loud at that setting for us and it takes a little bit of a load off of the receiver. Set your x-over at 100 or 110 Hz to give the little guys a little better dynamic range.
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