#1
Would simply changing the speaker to a different impedance on in a 1X12 cab change the cabs ohms? If not, what would I have to do?
#2
ohms are a measurement of resistance... i think you're thinking of watts

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#3
Quote by SPBY
ohms are a measurement of resistance... i think you're thinking of watts

No...for example, the Valve Junior cab is 16 ohms. Would replacing its speaker with a 8 ohm speaker make the cab 8 ohms, or is there more to it?
#4
Yeah, the Ohmage is based off the speaker, so replacing the 16 ohm speakers with 8s would make it an 8..but why do that?
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Would replacing its speaker with a 8 ohm speaker make the cab 8 ohms ?


since it's a 1x12, yes.
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Yeah, the Ohmage is based off the speaker, so replacing the 16 ohm speakers with 8s would make it an 8..but why do that?

So he can use it with a different amp.
#7
^prolly. most amps can run @8 ohms, so it makes it more "universal".

just changing the speaker will do it.
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