#1
would a head with 4 ohms work with a cabinet that has 8 ohms? Thats really all I need to know
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#3
cab impedeance must be equal to or greater then head impeadeance. so yes
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#5
^ I thought they had to have an equal ohm rating?
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#6
an equal rating or a bit more is okay...but you shouldn't give it too much so i wouldn't recomend it...i don't have much expirience with that so i wouldn't know how much is too much...

edit: but my insticts tell be double might be too much
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#7
Not really, you're supposed to match them, sometimes a bit over can be okay, but I don't know.

What's your situation? Are you are looking to buy a head, and already have a cab? Or are you buying a head and a cab together? If it's the second option, just go for another cab.
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#8
Solid state: cab having more ohms than head = OK
Tube: AWFUL IDEA. match them.
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one of the best, educated and logical posts I've ever seen on UG in the Pit. Well done good sir.