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Well, it doesn't quite work that way. Six speakers in parallel is 8/6 = 1.3 ohms. That is too low for one channel. It would be more ideal if you could get by with 8 speakers; 4 on each side of the
Nothing wrong with the speaker units you have described. Here is the engineering matter you must conform to. The impedance load on the amplifier must be observed so as to not overload the amplifier
I understand the question clearly but I need further information from your side. QUESTION: Do you want same power to all 10 speakers or do you want some louder than others and do you want to be able
I understand your question. I don't know of any headphone maker that promotes this feature. The choice may be between the inner ear earbuds and the muff type. My personal experience points to the earbud
http://www.modifiedlife.com/1994-chrysler-town-country-audio-installation-diagra If you go to the above link you can find the wiring connections. It seems the radio has builtin audio amps. A