#1
it seems as if i might have plugged my speakers in wrong, okay well its 2x 8 ohm v30's

they share the same positive and negative connection which makes me think they are wired parallel, should i run these into the 8 ohm or the 4 ohm output?

i would like to state that the manual doesnt help worth a damn
#3
16

edit: 4 really? gah i always get that wrong. it's a miracle i haven't blown something up.
Last edited by gregs1020 at May 21, 2010,
#4
Quote by phil_burns_red
i think you could do 4, but it's best to match the ohms. I'd do 8.

dude, wat. don't comment if you don't know.

If they're wired in parallel (positive to positive and negative to negative), this means that the cab is wired for 4 ohms. Use the four ohms.

series is when the positive of one speaker is wired to the negative of the other speaker.
Last edited by forsaknazrael at May 21, 2010,
#5
As Azrael said, if theyre 8ohms each in parallel:

Resistance in parallel:

1/Rtotal = 1/R1 + 1/R2

1/Rtotal = 1/8 + 1/8

1/Rtotal = 2/8

Rtotal/1 = 8/2

Rtotal = 4

Meaning you have a total of 4ohms impedence, therefore plug into the 4ohm output.

If they're in series then you'd have to use 16ohm

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