This depends on your amplifier's specifications. i would recommend looking in the amplifier's service manual to avoid disapointment or damage to your amplifier or speakers.
Amplifier or blown fuse.
Depends on what your definition of "receiver" is, but most of the time - to the amplifier. Consider: if the receiver is some form of a device that receives some signal, and then decodes it to audio, then the receiver will hook into the amplifier, which in turn will drive the speakers (so the speakers go to the amplifier) if, on the other hand, the receiver is a part of a wireless connection between the amplifier and speaker, then it really serves the role of a cable, so in essence you're again connecting the speakers to an amplifier (only using the receiver as an intermediary) You would have to specify your case.
A headphone amplifier is a type of audio amplifier. Instead of an amplifier that's designed to push through audio signals to speakers, a headphone amplifier is designed to work with headphones. These are common in devices such as MP3 players.
The ratings for the speakers will depend upon what '300 watts' means. If the amplifier develops 300 watts RMS total across 4 channels, this would indicate 75 watts RMS per channel. Speakers rated at 100 watts should suffice for this amplifier.
Depends on the amp and type of speakers brand and ratings would be nice info u also need to look at ohms of the amp and the speakers
they are on the speakers, there is not a main amp. hope this helps.
That would make a total of 20 speakers. Sony sells no such system, nor do they sell an amplifier that can connect that many speakers.
Alpine offered up until last year the PDX-1000 wich is a 1000 Watts RMS amplifier designed with the type X subwoofer series in mind. Now the best match would be the PDX-M12. Set the amplifier gain carefully as this amplifier is a bit strong for this subwoofer.
There are a bunch of important factors to consider prior to buying an amplifier for a vehicle. Primarily, you must decide what the amplifier will be primarily used for. If the amplifier will be used for powering subwoofers it would be good to consider the bridged or mono capabilities as well as ohm ratings of the amplifier as well as the draw, or amount of power the amplifier will pull from the car's electrical system. The most important factor in considering an amplifier for powering subwoofers is probably output watts, which will determine the amplifier's power to the speakers and the amount of bass to be transmitted. If the amplifier is to be used to power mid or high range speakers, a multi channel (four or more) amplifier should be considered because of the ability to run multiple sets of speakers or component sets off of the different channels of the amplifier. The considerations inherent to the subwoofer amplifier are also present including watt ouput and power draw, but when selecting a multi cha
Power amplifiers are use to offer a clean source of power to speakers, making your speakers louder. They do have amps for guitars though. You would want to look for a guitar amplifier.
If you connect three 4 ohm speakers in parallel, the amplifier would see a load of about 1.3 ohms. This definitely could damage the amp if you drive it too loud.