yes, another thread dealing with ohms and speakers. lol. My band has an old Peavey PA head that we would like to use to power our monitors. The outputs state that they are: 4 ohm Parallel. Does a 4 ohm parallel dual channel output power amp mean that each channel can handle a 4 ohm load, or does it mean that the entire load for the PA (both channels) must be 4 ohms? In short, what speaker combinations can we run from this old thing? Does this mean that we can run a total of two 4 ohm monitors (one from each channel), or only just two 8 ohm monitors (one from each channel). If we can run two 4 ohm monitors, I presume we can instead run four 8 ohm speakers (daisy-chained, two on each output channel)? Now, if we CAN run four 8-ohm monitors (daisy-chained, two on each output channel), would it be bad if we only had THREE (two daisy chained on one channel, and only one 8-ohm on the other channel). Would the single 8-ohm monitor cause the load to be imbalanced and cause problems, or is it okay to have that kind of imbalance as long as it is under the specified load? Thanks in advance!