yes its ok
I am 99.99% sure this can be done safely, but I want to see what you guys think. I am looking for a center channel speaker for my car, which will come off of a 5th speaker output on my DSP amplifier. I am planning on only sending vocals through the center channel, so was thinking of hooking up a tweeter. However, since they come in pairs, I was thinking of hooking both of them up to the one speaker output. If I hook them up in parallel, they'll both get the same voltage, but the impedance on the amplifier will double. This is OK, isn't it? Just wanted to make sure. Thanks!
yes its ok
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we had this huge discussion several times on MP3cars, where surround sound is one of those topics. There's no point in adding a center channel. Your'e not on center. the best thing you can do is ad a speaker directly infront of you, but that woudl jack up your imagine badly. Stick to 4 speakers. if you so terribly want a center speakers, alpine has one ofr a a decent rpice i think. But i just wouldnt' do it. at all. wave phsyics says not to.
Disclaimer aside, make sure you have a 1ohm to 2 ohm tweeter set. If not, you'll damage your amp. Read its rating. I it can take higher impednace, then sure, go right ahead and make it happen. Just stay within limits and you'll do fine.
I still wouldnt' reccomend it though
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A tweeter has very little impedence. You can add a tweeter onto a 4 ohm speaker and it wont usually stress the amplifier to a 2 ohm load.
Doesnt the tweeter and speakers have a passive crossover? Use that and problem solved.