#1
I have a 4x12 cab and theres two input jacks on the back.
Opened it up, doesnt have a DPDT switch.

How is it possible to have both, Left and Right (stereo) and mono, without a DPDT switch.


reads this on the back panel.

Left - 16 OHMS

Right - 16OHMS
(MONO) - 8 OHMS.
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Last edited by mp5hkm at Nov 28, 2008,
#2
ONE of the input jacks has a switch built into it. when nothing is plugged into it, it connects the two speakers together. they are both fed, in parallel, by the other jack.

when a plug is inserted into the jack with the switch, the connection to the other jack is broken. then the speakers are each fed by their respective input jacks
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#3
ohh. alright i got it now.

thanks dude.
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Egnater 4x12 cab w/ Vintage 30s
#4
Quote by SomeoneYouKnew
ONE of the input jacks has a switch built into it. when nothing is plugged into it, it connects the two speakers together. they are both fed, in parallel, by the other jack.

when a plug is inserted into the jack with the switch, the connection to the other jack is broken. then the speakers are each fed by their respective input jacks


you beat me to it.
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