#1
are there lmitations with impetance about how many speakers you can drive? for example, if i hook a 1x12 amp to a 2x12 cab, can i run 3 speakers?

does it matter as long as the impetance is matching? for example couls you run a half stack and then a 1x12 extension cab?

i have an amp that changes from 4,8,16 ohms. so as long as i dial in the correct ohms, speaker number shouldnt matter right?
#2
You can run as many speakers as you'd like as long as your wattage and impedance match. There are tons of threads on this if you use the searchbar.

EDIT: I realize my post was a bit vague. When you're adding extra speaker cabinets, there are more things to consider. Read through your amp's manual; it may have some info on this.
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#4
is there any disadvantage/advantage to using odd numbers of speakers?
#5
You usually have to mess around with wiring to get the impedances correct, but there's nothing inherently less desirable about using odd numbers.