#1
This is how I have my cabinet wired at the moment, and I am making sure if this is correct.

All the speakers are 16 ohms so this all loaded together would equal up to 4 ohms


Peavey VTM
Marshall 8412
Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one
#2
you'll need a switch if your going to have two output jacks. Also whats the point of having 2 output jacks when they're both hooked up to the same speakers?
#3
The cabinet is my fender cabinet, and on the jack plate it says wired parallel but it doesn't look like it.

The jacks are mono jacks
Peavey VTM
Marshall 8412
Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one
#5
Quote by xBOPx
This is how I have my cabinet wired at the moment, and I am making sure if this is correct.

All the speakers are 16 ohms so this all loaded together would equal up to 4 ohms
Nope. the wiring you show will give you 16 ohms total.

You have a series/parallel wiring scheme.
If you want 4 ohms, you need strictly parallel wiring.
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#6
It seems like the closest to any of the diagrams is the first one on this website
http://colomar.com/Shavano/4x12wiring.html

If it is similar to that diagram then all the speakers loaded will be 16 ohms then?


edit: I am trying to use the existing wires since I don't want to spend money
edit#2:it looks similar to the series/parallel connection
Peavey VTM
Marshall 8412
Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one
Last edited by xBOPx at Jul 24, 2009,
#8
I think I figured out the wiring so I'll bump if I need help
Peavey VTM
Marshall 8412
Fender 4x12 loaded with t75's
Epiphone LP-100
Fender Stratocaster Highway one