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    Default Whats up doc (or how I crapped up a 2A thread)

    I have a set of 2A's. I roasted a Yamaha Receiver as it was not four ohm stable at it admitted to be

    Your 9090 you did not qualify as a 9090 or a 9090DB. The DB only series shows as four ohm stable.

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    So did you crap the receiver or 2A?

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    He crapped the thread. His post makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystery View Post
    So did you crap the receiver or 2A?
    I am here to tell you that yu never get high smoking receivers. The dual boards were four ohm and less and can be brutal to borderline gear

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    Tells us something new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    He crapped the thread. His post makes no sense.
    Were you following the docs thread it should make sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlewoodboats View Post
    I have a set of 2A's. I roasted a Yamaha Receiver as it was not four ohm stable at it admitted to be

    Your 9090 you did not qualify as a 9090 or a 9090DB. The DB only series shows as four ohm stable.

    I have a 9090, not a DB model. Here is an AK link that states that a 4 ohm load should be fine if your receiver (9090, 9090DB) is running properly: http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/sho...highlight=9090
    I am always on the lookout for equipment, so hopefully I can find something in the 200 watt plus range soon. The Sansui was just for basic testing, although I have other receivers that are 4 ohm capable but not rated as high in their output wattage.
    Last edited by doctorolds; 02-22-2013 at 06:41 PM.

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    I ran a 9090db on 4ohm ba400's for quite a while and never had a problem. I imagine if I pushed it to half volume for several hours there might've been a problem. But at sane volumes there was never an issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorstereo View Post
    I ran a 9090db on 4ohm ba400's for quite a while and never had a problem. I imagine if I pushed it to half volume for several hours there might've been a problem. But at sane volumes there was never an issue.
    I hooked them up yesterday and ran them at a decent level for an audition, about 10 watts RMS without a problem. I need to find a bigger amp/receiver in the future.

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