#1
I was wondering if it would be possible (and how difficult that would be) to mod my two Hartke VX cabinets from 8 ohm to 4 ohms so I can get more power from my amp.

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One has 4 speakers, the other has just one.
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#4
Are you going to be using both at once?
If so, (since they're already 8-ohm cabinets) then combined they would be a 4-ohm load.

If you rewired it (which is impossible as far as you should be concerned, unless you got new speakers) so they're each 4-ohm cabinets, then that would result in a 2-ohm load, being too much for most amps to handle.
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#5
I'm planning on using both together since I specifically need the 2ohm load.
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I was wondering if it would be possible (and how difficult that would be) to mod my two Hartke VX cabinets from 8 ohm to 4 ohms so I can get more power from my amp.

thanks
Not possible without replacing the speakers.
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#7
why a 2ohm load? that's a lot to be pushing onto an amp unless it's specifically wired to be able to handle that.
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why a 2ohm load? that's a lot to be pushing onto an amp unless it's specifically wired to be able to handle that.


It is wired to handle that.

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Not possible without replacing the speakers.


bugger. Oh well, you live and learn.

Thanks for the info
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