#1
Hey all,

I own a Traynor ycv50blue combo that has two 8 ohm outputs (one goes to the built in speaker, but is easily unplugged). An extension cab l'm looking at has 4 or 16 ohm mono or 8 ohm stereo. Does this mean I could disable the built in speaker and run both outputs into the one cab?
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#2
if each input on the cab is 8 ohm then yes
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#4
Sweet, does running the cab in stereo have any advantages?
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#5
if you're amp has stereo effects. an effect like chorus will sound a good bit better through stereo vs mono.
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#6
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if you're amp has stereo effects. an effect like chorus will sound a good bit better through stereo vs mono.

No. You're thinking if you have two amps, each with an output from the effects going in.

With a setup like this, there is no advantage, since you're only using one amp.

Are both speakers rated for at least 50 watts? If they are not rated for at least 50, I would not use this cab. The amp will blow the speakers.