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From the little bit of research I did, the difference between resistance and impedance is that resistance has just a magnitude while impedance has magnitude and phase because it is measured in an AC circuit.



SD, thank for the input. I would have replied earlier, but I was measuring the output of my amp with a yardstick . . .

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Well...I skimmed it but didn't the voltage start at 14.6 for the CCA and 15.3 for the OFC?

I'm not watching a 10 min video, how much of a difference was it

I think the CCA did 3,024 at 13.4 volts and the OFC did 3,274 at 14.3? I'm a little buzzed but that's what the numbers looked like to me

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Watch the video and you will see. Very very little difference.

very little difference? 250 watts on a 3 foot run is BIG IMO. It will more then likely get way worse on a more standard run of 16-20ft.

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