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She likes their appearance more than anything. She agreed to stay out of the components and tv if we bought the Bose, so I picked up the speakers back in January when I found a good deal on them. They sat in the box until last week when I picked up a new receiver Onkyo No problems thus far, but I ran into something regarding the ohm rating of the speakers that I wanted to ask the group here about.
Two people one a knowledgeable salesperson and the other a friend have told me that Bose Acoustimass speakers are 4 ohm. Being that my new Onkyo can only push 6 to 8, I started looking through the Bose manual to see if they were correct. So I called Bose. The guy on the other end of the line had to put me on hold for 5 minutes to go check and when he came back on, apologized for the delay and said that he "had to make sure he had all of his ducks in a row" for something as simple as an ohm rating?!?
He said that they are indeed an 8 ohm speaker and not to worry about hooking them up to my Onkyo. For one, why the funny "compatible with, etc. And why did it take the guy so long to find out? Anyone know what the deal is here?
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