#1
Hey guys I've got a question.

When using a full stack what's the difference in

1. from the back of your head plugging each cab into a speaker output

2. running 1 cable from 1 speaker output into one cab input, then from the other input of the same cab running a cable to the other cabinet?

I hope I worded that right. I get confused when I type for some reason
#2
Err... they should both be speaker cables....
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#3
I hope this diagram explains what I'm tyring to say..

The blue lines are speaker cables.


#4
Oh right.

The one on the left is connected in parallel.

The one on the right is connected in serial.

Apart from needing to set the speaker load to the correct load (the load for serial is different from the load for parallel, even if the speakers are identical)... I'm not sure of any differences.

In fact... I'm not sure if all cabs can handle this or if they need to be wired in a particular manner before they can run in serial.
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#5
I know with some heads, method one in your diagram will allow for stereo sound (from the fx loop or something like that). Or I'm completely crazy and just made that up.
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#6
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I know with some heads, method one in your diagram will allow for stereo sound (from the fx loop or something like that). Or I'm completely crazy and just made that up.

I dunno about from the fx loop . A stereo head would just have a Left and Right output jack.