#1
Hey everyone, i need some help. I got a Behringer Vtone Head, and a BG412s Cab for xmas. They came separate and as a partial retard, i cannot get it to work.
I am using speaker cables, and have tried every possible combination input/output w/e. I am terrible with all kinds of audio and have no clue where to start. The head works fine itself as I attatched the guitar and used the tuner on it. I cant get it connected to the cab if that makes sense. I really wanna get this thing up and going. I attatched pics.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
-James
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Equipment:
ESP LTD EC-1000
Agile 727 Interceptor Pro
Ibanez RG7321
Marshall 1960A Cab
Peavey 6505+
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#2
right

SWITCH EVERYTHING OFF NOW!

if youre head isnt connected properly you can cause serious damage
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#3
^What he said. Also, did you make sure the resistance (impedance?) is set correctly? There's a manual for a reason y'know :p
#4
dear lord.. you possibly fried it.

i don't know the right combo for the input/outputs, but if you did it wrong a certain way, it's toasted
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#5
ok i looked at the manual on the web (as girly as it is)

connect a SPEAKER cable to the left hand socket on the cab and you should have a "loudspeaker" socket on the amp.

i think. unless i could see it in person (or better pics) i cant be 100% certain so by rights you should discard all of the above information

EDIT: http://www.behringerdownload.de/GMX112/GMX110_GMX112_GMX210_GMX212_GMX1200H_ENG_Rev_C.pdf

page 8 of 18

surely you have that at home?
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
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#6
yes sir. thank you so much for finding that dude. I was trying everything except the loudspeaker ones lol. im a dumbass with audio.....and i ordered them seperate so no manuals/insrtuctions. Its workin now.

btw, i did shut it off before each configuration of wires =P

THANKS ALL.
-James
Equipment:
ESP LTD EC-1000
Agile 727 Interceptor Pro
Ibanez RG7321
Marshall 1960A Cab
Peavey 6505+
Rack stuff

Whoop Whoop. Holla.
#8
I think you would be better off talking it back to the store ASAP.
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#9
Quote by Jigsaw62
yes sir. thank you so much for finding that dude. I was trying everything except the loudspeaker ones lol. im a dumbass with audio.....and i ordered them seperate so no manuals/insrtuctions. Its workin now.

btw, i did shut it off before each configuration of wires =P

THANKS ALL.
-James

makes no differance. If you run an amp without speakers, particularly Tube Amps, the output transformer comes up against no resistance and tends to fry itself. Your amp has a headphone output on it, though, so I'm assuming it's made to do that, maybe.
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#10
Its solid state so doesnt have the issue of frying with wrong speakers or no speakers. But it is a behringer they are not a very good brand probably worse than spiders or MGs.