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The PAM8610 is a 2*10W with 8Ohm and 2*15W with 4Ohm speakers(with heatsink on chip to evacuate the heat).There is no probleme to have 40W speaker on right and 60W on left beacause the max power is 15W, so the speaker will have plenty of head room.Regards
Hi,I use only one amplifier for both speaker( 2*10W @ 8Ohm).Speakers are 8Ohm and there is no probleme at all, if you add 8Ohm speaker in parallele you will divide by two the impedance, so 4Ohm. You will have some probleme if the equivalent resistor of your speakers are to low.Cheers
Hi Pslawny,I think it is a good idea because there is a volume reset when you switch it off, and there is a bit of overhead with the board volume.In my case I select the maximum gain and used the source volume, far enought power for me.
Hi,I think it is good idea because there is a volume reset when you switch it off , and there is a bit of overhead with the board volume control.In my case I select the maximum gain and use the source volume, far enough power for me.Have a ggod one and send some pics ;-)
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