If a good amp generally doubles it’s power when going from 8 ohms to 4 ohms, the reverse is generally true too. So if the Triode Master speaker presents a 12 ohm load, am I going to lose a precious number of watts to the higher impedance? Or is there much more to it than my admittedly simple understanding?
I ask this because I am using a 30wpc Luxman integrated L-590AXII. It says it’ll drive a 2ohm load.
I guess my question is this: Are the upgraded parts in the Triode Master ONLY useful in a low powered amp situation that cannot drive a low impedance speaker? Or are the upgrades useful sonically even with a ‘beefier’
BTW, I do like my music on the louder side of reality. I am also not a static, sit down in the sweet spot type of listener. I frequently have the music turned up as I go about business in the house- cooking, paying bills, entertaining, etc.
Thanks for any thoughts.