I'm sure ure on line with me in following what I posted about removing the resistance value
on t modded amps for trial use only, (without disturbing the "soldered in resistor
group") is that current will always take the path of least resistance, hence by placing a aligator clip pair using say #14 stranded cu. in Parallel (meaning, across or around the resistor
group) effectively removes the Rt 1.5 ohm from the speaker terminal circuit. This would of course need be done to both channels, and I agree to make certain one dosen't cause any short to chassis or any other circuitry.
Do I understand corectly in your opinion if one does this, it would not create any voltage value changes to the circuit designs, leading up to this point where the resistor
group is soldered in?
Am I to understand that basically the speaker output wattage at that point is comming from the output transformer windings or transistors??
emm ....shit, I guess I should start reading some schematics, eh!, and find out some answers to these questions myself!
Is the principal, "resistors in circuit", "resistors out of circuit" is what is used in the sunfire design at the current/voltage speaker terminal,...user choice? emm..interesting!