Lyrax
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Join date: May 2011
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#1
I have a Laney Ironheart 60W tube combo.
The cab is apparently rated for 160W RMS and it has many impendance jacks.
Can I disconnect the combo amp and connect a separate amp head into the combo cab?
Dissonance is underrated.
thejester
Purveyor of Tone
Join date: Jun 2003
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#2
What is the ohm's of the 2x12, ie what is the combo running at. it should not be a problem at all
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Lyrax
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#3
Currently it runs at the 8 ohm connection.
The cab has jacks for like two 8 ohm connections, two 16ohm and one 16 ohm connection.
Now when I think about it, the combo cab is pretty much just the same cab like the Laney IRT212 cab but just in the same chassis as the amp.
Dissonance is underrated.
Insanity ninja
UG's resident potwash.
Join date: Sep 2009
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#4
As long as you can match the impedance and run the head straight to the speakers (not through the power amp of the combo) then you should be fine.
Silverburst
Lyrax
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#5
Quote by Insanity ninja
As long as you can match the impedance and run the head straight to the speakers (not through the power amp of the combo) then you should be fine.

Of course I won`t run the amp through another amp!
Thank you guys!
Dissonance is underrated.
Insanity ninja
UG's resident potwash.
Join date: Sep 2009
925 IQ
#6
Quote by Lyrax
Of course I won`t run the amp through another amp!
Thank you guys!

Just covering all the bases ^_^
Silverburst