#1
A new, unloaded Seismic Audio 2x12 cab just arrived in my garage about 30 mins ago, I don't know of the quality yet. I was looking on the back it said that it is a 4 ohm cab, I'm about to put two 8 ohm speakers in it (Warehouse Veteran 30 and Reaper 50).

Now in my 5150 I ran them in series and therefore had the cab at 16 ohms. Am I supposed to wire these speakers in series or parallel? I'm going to be running a Marshall TSL60 head if that makes a difference.

Thanks
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#2
i believe the TSL60 can operate at 16 ohms. it should be on the back of the amp, i think those have a selector for 4, 8 or 16. 16 ohms would place you better in the mix, so connect the speakers in series.
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#3
Ok awesome, now comes the part about actually installing the speakers themselves....it's a front loaded cab and I've only had experience with rear loaded cabs before. Is there a certain method in which you attach the speaker wire to the speaker in such a cab? And there appears to be no way to attach the speaker securely in the cab as there are no holes for any bolts/screws to go from the shell of the cab into the rim of the speaker...?
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#4
i have a few front mount cabs.



the screws go through the speaking into the cab from the front. if there are no holes then you may have to make your own. pics?
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