Bad information given relating to speaker ohms
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In the discussion of home theatre speakers, the writer claims that it takes more power to drive low resistance speakers than it does a higher resistance. This is completely backwards and wrong.
Ohms are a measure of resistance. Higher ohm rating means a circuit has more resistance (not less). For instance, 8 ohm speakers take more power to drive than say, a 4 ohm speaker. The writer claims just the opposite.