Speakers are the weakest link in any audio system. Always buy the BEST speakers you can afford. You won't be able to hear the difference in lower priced electronics but you wi…ll in lower priced speakers. (MORE)
Yes as long as you use the same impedance. Preferably by using an impedance switch if available. Another example I found is as follows: When you run speakers in series - from… one speaker to the next - you are adding their impedance's together, so if you connect two 4 ohm cabinets that way, you will have an 8 ohm load.(MORE)
Unlike normal speakers these have a small tweeter with them that is filtered through a capacitor. This filters out all the low end. i.e. Bass. So with two way you will g…et medium and high frequency. (MORE)
there should be a "balance" and "fader" feature on your stereo. check the manual as to how to adjust these. the "balance" feature adjusts left to right. make sure that it is s…et to 0, then the left and right will be even. .
You might also have some loose connections. (MORE)
Yes it is possible but speaker wire is made to carry high current. Audio line level signals do not need the high current capability but they typically use a cable that is scre…ened to prevent noise being picked up along the length of the cable. The screen is typically a copper braid or a foil around the outside of the conductors. For very short cable lengths, speaker cable is likely to work without too many issues.(MORE)