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    Default Why are the LSI 4ohm?

    Any explanation on this? Maybe this is why they sound so good?

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    Just the configuration on the load. Has nothing to do with sound.

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    Why are the LSI 4ohm?
    Because his mamma was 2ohm and his daddy was 8ohm.
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