#1
I have 212 cab with speakers rated at 8 OHMs 70 watts each. My head is 120 Watts, 8 or 16 OHMs. Am I correct to assume that since there are two speakers the wattage on the head will be divided up or do I need speakers that can handle 120 watts each? Also, on the back of the cab where the stereo input is, it says Class 2 Wiring. What does that mean?
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#2
if you connect it in stereo your cab can handle 70W, if you connect it mono your cab will be 140W
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#3
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if you connect it in stereo your cab can handle 70W, if you connect it mono your cab will be 140W

Hmm, it only has inputs for left and right
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#4
you can only connect it stereo than. you can use it for your amp, but only on lower volumes
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#5
Hmm, damn what if I were to take out a power tube? I need this for a gig on Friday.
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#6
WHAT?
I'm pretty sure Farether is wrong..
You can't even buy 120 watt speakers in the first place.
(Or they're hard to find anyways)

And removing a tube won't do anything at all but make your tone suck.
Either way your head is still 120 watts.

EDIT: regardless, you can't use that cab.
The cab is 4 OHMs, but your head can only do 16, or 8 ohms.
Don't plug your head into that cab, or damage shall ensue

DOUBLE EDIT: Correct me if I'm wrong.

TS: Does it say on the back of the cab if the speakers are wired in Series, or Parallel?
Last edited by Faux~Affliction at Jan 10, 2009,
#7
You should have a switch that says mono/stereo iunless it's a stereo amp, and the side that is the mono on the switch is your mono input.

Pics would help.
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