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An Impedence of Z1=5-j4 is connected in parallel with another impedence Z2=6+j8 ohm.this cicuit is then connected in series to an impedance o Z3=4+j5 ohms.The combination is then connected in parallel to an impedance of Z4=5+j6 ohms.the current flowing through Z1 is 12<0 amps. calculate the suppl voltage and total current

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1/Answer= 1/Speaker A impedance + 1/Speaker B impedance + 1/Speaker C impedance etc. So if you connect three speakers in parallel, each of 8 ohm impedance:
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There is a way to do this, but it is awkward and is not recommended. Depending on the impedence of the door speakers and how many there are. I am assuming from your posting that you have a 2 channel amp. If you wire the two speakers for each seat in series (creating a 4ohm load), then wiring both seats in parallel (putting the load to 2ohms), these could theoretically be wired to one channel. BUT, this will not give you balance left and right. Also, if the impedence is different, you run the risk of damaging the amp.

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I just saw in the title that you're getting a Low Impedance indicator on the receiver...

Following what I said earlier, when you have multiple sets of speakers selected they connect in parallel, effectively presenting a lower impedance than either pair does alone. If your receiver is warning you of Low Impedance you could

A) Ignore it if it doesn't have any audible effects; or

B) Avoid the issue by not running the speakers together or

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XXXX XXXX
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XXXX XXXX

XXXX XXXX
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Hope this helps, and please rate my advice.
Thank you, and good luck!!

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