I am well aware of the load this configuration presents to the amplifier. With the gain turned all the way down, it produces a good balance of tweeter-to-midrange sound.
that, and you cant take 3 4ohm speakers and wire them to present a 4 ohm load to the amplifier. so, to present each speaker with the same amount of power, this was the only solution, and has worked well for years.
But, it makes no sense for the last speaker in the bank to be getting twice the power all of a sudden. The other speakers arent shorted. I was curious if somehow the voice coil's impedances somehow increased, thereby quieting the two amd making the third much louder? I know the amplifier couldnt cause this issue, it almost has to be the speakers.
Before I just started replacing things, I wanted to see if anyone else had encountered such a problem.
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