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Originally Posted by Gonzo2770 View Post
Three of those 7 posts disagreed with one another, "lower ohms make the amp work harder", "higher ohm load makes it work harder" another said it didn't matter. Posts were all over the place.
Heat is the enemy of electronics and a lower ohm load will make the amplifier flow more current which is harder on the mosfets and electronics even when its designed for it. Higher ohm loads have never been known to hurt an amplifier even if its harder for them to push more current through and so they just flow less amperage, which in the end does not hurt the amplifier.