You dont have to find an exact match. Obviously, the ideal match here is to get the rated watts per channel of the amplifier to match the rated power handling of the speakers. If the amplifier outputs 100 watts per channel into 8-ohm speakers – then you can look for 8-ohm speakers that are rated to support 100 watts.
Can I use any speakers with a receiver?
In short, yes basically any surround set will work. Just watch the ohm load. Most home receivers are only stable from 6ohm to 8ohm. If you go with 6-ohm speakers they will pull a little more power from the receiver and be a little louder.
How do you match speakers to a receiver?
0:492:40How to Select an Amp or Receiver to Match the Impedance and Power YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipYoull need to match the number of ohms between your receiver and speaker you can typically findMoreYoull need to match the number of ohms between your receiver and speaker you can typically find this information in the receiver specifications.
How many speakers can a receiver handle?
Multi-zone home theater receivers have seven, nine, or eleven channels of power. Sometimes they have more speaker connections than channels. A receiver with nine sets of speaker outputs, for example, might only be able to power seven speakers at a time.
How can I connect more than two speakers to my stereo?
Connect using a combination of the two connections. Connect two speakers using series mode and then use a split cable to connect a second set of speakers. Connect all of the speaker sets together and then connect the single end of your cable into the negative jack on your amplifier.