#1
could i put my blackheart through my 4x12 and buy a 2x12 and make a sort of fullstack out of it? or should i just get another 4x12? im trying to minimise money spending atm.

my 8412 4x12 is 140 8 ohms, so it would need to be an 8 ohm cab, so i can put them both into my 4 ohm speaker outs.

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#2
This type of speaker setip us awesome, the 2x12 adds a little bit of tightness to the low end while the 4x12 puts out the majority of the punch. it's quite a bit of weight and bulk though, so I'd only recommend it for bigger gigs, if you don't drive a van.

A 'full stack' of two 4x12s is rarely, if ever, worth the effort these days.
#3
hmm i was just wondering, if the 2x12 would help me pump out more volume and move more air or would it not make much difference?

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#4
Quote by Silver-spear94
could i put my blackheart through my 4x12 and buy a 2x12 and make a sort of fullstack out of it? or should i just get another 4x12? im trying to minimise money spending atm.

my 8412 4x12 is 140 8 ohms, so it would need to be an 8 ohm cab, so i can put them both into my 4 ohm speaker outs.

imo, it's not really going to be a big enough improvement if you don't need to be spending money.
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