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Date: May 24, 2017 at 17:43:25
From: Edward_Stryfe, [75-131-95-65.dhcp.thbd.la.charter.com]
Subject: Ohm Ranges


So I am dabbling in subwoofers and speaker setups at the moment and want to try some new stuff out. I have a pair of 4 Ohm subwoofers on the way as well as an amp for them. Something I'm wondering though is they are refered to as midrange/subwoofer as are most of the woofers in the 4 Ohm range. I have a basic understanding of Ohms, but have yet to build any sort of box or setup for myself I've only ever had factory built subwoofers.

So will these 4 Ohm woofers not actually operate like straight up woofers and instead of solely playing the low frequencies also push out midrange noises?

Thanks for any help in advance
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