#1
Quick question, I just wanna know the ohm rating on the mono input, is it 8 or 16?
Thanks in advance.


Also, could I run my head into only the right input at 16 ohms?

Sorry if these are dumb questions, I've only ever used combos.
#2
I have a similar setup. Mono is 16 ohms. I just connect one cable from the left jack on my head to the left jack on my cab, I dont think two cables makes a difference if you're running a mono cab.
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#3
... um, i may be reading this wrong, but it looks like mono is 8 ohms actually. looks like the amp is setup with 8 ohm speakers, the 2 stereo inputs are the 8 ohm speakers in series and the mono input is the stereo inputs set up in parallel. i am mainly basing this on how L/Mono and corresponding 16/8 ohm labeling, which if you read them respectively would imply a 16 ohm Left and a 8 ohm mono. the right side rated at 16 would confirm this.

not a dumb question, yer smart enough to know it can matter, btw impedance matching matters for tube heads, solid state heads use impedance bridging.
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#4
Yeah, that's what I was thinking too gumbilicious, I just thought that usually stereo would have the lower rating.
I've since ran the head at 8 ohms into the left input on the cab to be on the safe side since it's either 8 or 16, and it worked fine, but I'd rather know I can safely run it at 16 into the cab.
#5
if you are just plugging into the left, then it runs at 8 ohms mono, cuz all 4 speakers will be working. if you plug into just right, then you will be working 2 speakers at 16 ohms. if you run into both then you will run 2 speakers at 16 ohms on one side and 2 speakers at 16 ohms on the other. what kinda head do you have, i can give a more clear answer if i know the head and it's output impedance

edit: stereo setting usually do have lower impedances, but it really depends on how it is wired really.
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