4 ohm bookshelf speakers you have loved?

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  1. Lavane

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    KLH 32's. I had a pair of these little speakers some years ago and wish I still had them. I remember them being able to take much more power than than they should have been able to handle. Not great for high volume, but nice for lower to mid listening levels.
     
  2. Lowstang

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    B&W V201's with a powered sub
     

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  3. alteclipsch

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    The KLH Thirty Two are 8 ohms, but they are very nice little speakers!
     
  4. Lavane

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    Its been a few years, but the 8" KLH's I had were 4 ohm, fried egg tweeter under the mesh. Another model then? I remember them being 4 ohm because I couldn't run them with my 8 ohm mains.
     
  5. alteclipsch

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    You must have had another version of the same model. Here's the label off mine. My 4 OHM KLHs were the Twenties. klh  32.JPG
     
  6. stevo137

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    Spec says 5 ohms but they run lower, as low as 2 at times from what I've read.

    Infinity Modulus.

    I'm looking for the right subwoofer to run with these.
    They were as new in the box when I found them.


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  7. runnin'

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    I'm pretty sure these are my first 4 ohm speakers, but the Totem Rainmakers have really impressed me. They need an amp with good current supply and they will reward.
     

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  8. Poultrygeist

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    I think my ADS 710's were 4 ohm but the Aerial Acoustic Model 5's were for sure. I loved them both but that was before I discovered open baffles.

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  9. GD70

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    On the large size AR3's. You'll need some strong shelves for these!
     
  10. Opus

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    I am really happy with my a/d/s L400 Speakers.Sounds even better with the B&W 608 Sub!

    Opus
     
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