**Connecting Three (3) Speakers:**
If your intention is to connect three speakers to one mono amplifier, you have several options:

**Option 1.** Connect all three speakers in series. The net impedance will increase and you should be safe.

**Option 2 (Not generally recommended).** Connect two speakers in series (assuming the impedance of each speaker is 4 ohms, the net impedance will increase to 8 ohms) and the third one in parallel to the other two. The problem is that

**the single speaker will draw more current and you may end up with speakers that have uneven levels**.

You could connect a 4-ohm resistor to the third speaker in series to create a dummy load and make the net impedance of the third speaker and the resistor into 8 ohms and the final impedance to 4 ohms.

If your intention is to connect several speakers together, an odd number of speakers is not generally recommended.

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