When you put 2 resistors in parallel you divide their value by 2, so whit two 1,6 ohms in parallel you've got the right 0,8 ohms value you should have, same think for the two 3,2 ohms to get a 1,6 ohms value.
Placing two resistor in parallel allows to double the admitted power...
And finally, in 1993 Dave make a big gift to this customer by offering him the WAMM VII upgrade. This one consist of 4 new M7 midrange / treble module and a small passive component strap to add on the ESL module to modify his filter.
I'm in negotiation to recover this upgrade set asap :cool:
After the VI there was a VII, the change were :
- the tweeter (the same than WATT 3 on the WAMM VII instead of the WATT 2 tweeter in the WAMM VI).
- of course the filter change between the tweeter and the SEAS Midrange.
- internal and external cable for the 4 midrange/ treble modules.
Many thanks for these information about the JBL driver, for the moment l prefer to try to keep the system in it's original definition as most as possible...
But if I can't find someone to repear the 18" Magnat or a spare unit to replace it, I certainly go to the 18" JBL. This is a legitimate use...
They are really in poor condition, one of the Seas midrange is damaged, a lot of distortion when you listen to normal or high level, so actually i can only listen at low level.
The 2 Magnat sub are broken, the coil are deformed.
There's many scratch & damage everywhere on the all boxes, the 4 M6...
Wilson WATT Puppy V ;)
I'm using Holm Impulse program to mesure the speakers. But on the Wilson website there is the manual for the WAMM to set them up : https://wilsonaudio.com/media/328/manual-wamm.pdf