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    Default 6 ohm or 8 ohms?

    Heya all!! Will i get more watts to my monitor 75t's if i change the ohms to 6 on my yamaha htr 6180? Ive looked in my manual and on line with no success. My manual says built-in 7 channel power amplifier 120w@ 8ohm but on the
    yamaha web site it says 105w@ 8ohms. Doesn't give wattage at 6 ohms. And i suppose is it ok to change it to 6 ohms
    Since the monitors are rated @ 8 ohms.
    Thanks

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    Nope...Leave at ratings for speaker
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