Jon, depending on how long you need it, see what you can rent. Many of the big solid-state amps used these days for sound reinforcement at concerts (ie the huge stacks of speakers on each side of the stage) make their rated output at 2 ohms, and are overload protected.Do you happen to know if it can handle low resistance loads? I'm talkin' 1-2 ohms max.
Amen to that brother! I have burnt so many speakers in my younger years!!!! And of course the Bass is always more brutal on the cones anyways. But yeah by all means match the impedance Jon!!!If you put a much lower impedance on the transformer's output than its spec, ugly things can happen.
This section talks about this amp and ohm loads. At normal 8 ohms loads each amp board is rated at 120w. At 4 ohms this could of course go to 240w, which some people are using successfully. He talks about this and also using 2 ohms. You should go through all sections before deciding whether you want to tackle it.....Thanks Ed!
Do you happen to know if it can handle low resistance loads? I'm talkin' 1-2 ohms max.