#### 4D_Coaxial_Cube

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### Continuous Average Output Power

< 0.0003 % THD+N at full rated power, 20 Hz to 20 kHz- 100 Watts per channel into 8 Ohms, both channels driven
- 130 Watts per channel into 6 Ohms, both channels driven
- 190 Watts per channel into 4 Ohms, both channels driven
- 240 Watts per channel into 3 Ohms, both channels driven
- 200 Watts into 16 Ohms, bridged mono
- 380 Watts into 8 Ohms, bridged mono
- 480 Watts into 6 Ohms, bridged mono

*All speakers have variations in input impedance. Select loads based on nominal impedances not minimum impedances. The AHB2 is stable into all loads. The AHB2 is conservatively rated at an output level where THD+N is < 0.0003 % instead of the more typical 1% THD+N. Power at 1% THD will be higher.*

The Perlisten R7T speakers are Rated as a 4ohm Nominal. I realize that if one were to buy 2 of them they could be used to bi amp the speakers with each delivering power to the left and right at 190 watts per channel, but thats a loss of 120watts per amp when compared to the 480 watts in the bridged mono configuration into 6 ohms. Would driving the Perlisten R7T 4 ohm speakers with a 6 ohm nominal load from the amp in bridged mode be possible or would this damage the amps? I seem to remember reading once it is better for an amp to have a lower impedance than for the speaker to as the current draw at a lower ohm can be more destructive but I dont know if I am remembering this right. Thanks.