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How many ohms are my speakers?

Attach the red probe to the positive side of the multimeter and the black probe to the negative side. You can round the number up by reading the impedance on the multimeter. It's a 4-ohm speaker if the multimeter reads 3 ohms. It is a 16-ohm speaker if it reads 14.

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