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Carver TS -S30 Satellite/Subwoofer Speakers



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Post Thu Nov 17, 2011 5:49 pm

Re: Carver TS -S30 Satellite/Subwoofer Speakers

=D> \:D/ =D> Welcome! =D> \:D/ =D> If I were you, and don't quote me on this, I'd hook them up and see if it works or not, especially if you got a warranty with the receiver. :-$ If the receiver really does not like the load it should go into protection rather quickly, which is designed to protect the unit and the speakers. Either way though, running all 4 ohm speakers on an entry level unit will at minimum cause it to run hot, which according to the few reviews I've looked at, your unit already has that problem anyway. Good luck!
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Post Fri Nov 18, 2011 2:04 am

Re: Carver TS -S30 Satellite/Subwoofer Speakers


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Post Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:25 pm

Re: Carver TS -S30 Satellite/Subwoofer Speakers

Welcome to the Forum.

I agree with the above. As Bob likes to say "try it and see".

There is very little danger of any permanent damage to any of the gear. Just hook it up & see ....if it gets too hot...stop.

Good Luck & let us know what you find out.

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