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is a 2 ohm load capacity the same as 2 ohm stable?

I was looking up specs on my amp and was wondering if 2 ohm capacity was just something the manufacture stated to trick you into thinking it was 2 ohm stable.
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Yes I believe that means it is capable of running at two ohm's

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Two ohm mono and two ohm stereo are not the same thing. Make sure you understand what ohm load you're trying to connect to the amp.
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Well I figured out the hard way that this cheap ass kenwood is 2 ohm stereo.
It boomed pretty good for a little while then BOOM BOOM ___________ blown fuse.
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