#1
Hey,

I bought a Marshall 1960A Cab last week and it is on its way this very minute.

I've got a 65W Laney amp that has an output for cabs but all it says is "8 Ohms minimum impedence".

Should I have the cab on stereo or mono and which input slot?

(I failed year 10 electronics when I was in high school)

Thanks!
Last edited by BogWraith at Nov 20, 2009,
#2
Well the Marshall should have a 4 ohm and a 16 ohm mono input and when set to stereo, 8 ohm with 2 cabinets. An 8 ohm minimum on your amp would mean you have to plug it into the 16 ohm jack on the cabinet. You want the cabinets ohms to be higher than the ohms on your amp. Never go lower.
#3
Quote by Griffin Effects
Well the Marshall should have a 4 ohm and a 16 ohm mono input and when set to stereo, 8 ohm with 2 cabinets. An 8 ohm minimum on your amp would mean you have to plug it into the 16 ohm jack on the cabinet. You want the cabinets ohms to be higher than the ohms on your amp. Never go lower.



+1 run it 16 ohms input with the switch on mono.

If you put it in the 4 ohm input you will fry yer amp.


if you put it on stereo you can run it 8ohms in any input but you will only power 2x12's
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