#1
Im new to hooking up amp heads to cabinets and i dont know what i should put my amp head to for the impedance. The head is switchable from 4, 8, and 16 ohms with 2 parallel outputs. The cabinet is switchable between mono and stereo. In mono, the cabinet has a 4 or 16 ohm input and the stereo has 8 ohms. So my question is, what should i select for the impedance on the head to use for the 16 ohm input on the cabinet?
Thanks!
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#2
Connect a single speaker cable between either the 4 or 16 ohm mono input on the cabinet and switch the amp to whichever one you chose. ie. 4 ohm input - switch amp to 4 ohm

Didn't I just answer this exact same question in another thread a few seconds ago?
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#3
Thanks!
Gear
ESP Ltd EC-256
Takamine G-40
Boss NS-2
Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Classic OD
MXR 10-Band EQ
Boss TU-3
B 52 AT-100
B 52 AT 412A

Line 6 Relay G30
#4
Note that using 16ohm mono will sound different than 4 ohm mono. I prefer the 4ohm personally
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