FAQ | How is power shared across two channels of the MP-A amplifiers when low-Z loudspeakers are used on both channels?
Learn how power is distributed evenly between two channels when using low-impedance loudspeakers on both channels of the MP-A amplifier.
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As long as the dip-switches and gains are setup correctly on the MP-A amplifiers, it doesn’t matter whether it you are using low-Z or high-Z loudspeakers.
The amplifiers are constant power amplifiers, so it is a combination of Ohm’s Law, the sensitivity settings and the limiter circuitry that allocates power as needed to the loads.