#1
Hey, I was wondering if u could connect a combo amp with a cabinet? If so, how?
#2
Also, If u can connect them. What would be the best cab for a Randall RG75 Combo amp for metal
#3
as long as it has another output and you get the impedence right, and also check the other cabs speaker power handling so you dont crap out those
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#4
there should be a external speaker jack in the back. that's where you would hook up the cabinet. as for a metal cab, i really wouldn't know.
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as long as it has another output and you get the impedence right, and also check the other cabs speaker power handling so you dont crap out those


How do you find out the power handling? and what should be right about them? (noob question)
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Also, If u can connect them. What would be the best cab for a Randall RG75 Combo amp for metal


Thats what I have, the RG75 and I am using a Bugera 4 x 12 cabinet.
Also, it is a safe mismatch to use the 16 ohm cabinet with the rating of 8 ohms from the combo. Now, you could not run it the other way around and before all you guys on here say it is unsafe, do yourself a favor and google it and see for yourself

It sounds 10 times better running it thru a cabinet.