How many ohms is good for a speaker?
If you’re shopping around for speakers and take a look at the specs, you’ll notice that most speakers are rated between 4 and 8 ohms. Since impedance is a measure of how much the speaker resists current, the lower the impedance in ohms, the more power the speaker will draw from your receiver.
Is 6 or 8 ohms better?
Which one ? 8 ohms presents an easier load for the amplifier compared to 6. For example, if an 8 ohm speaker is drawing 50 watts, it will draw twice that power at 4 ohms. The amplifier may not have enough power to provide at 4 ohms and will clip and sound distorted.
Is 4ohm or 8ohm better?
A 4-ohm lower impedance is mostly preferred for lower power and an 8-ohm impedance is usually used for higher power. Adding an amplifier is required and there are 2 ways to connect multiple speakers which are in parallel and in series.