#1
Good evening!

I have a Marshall DSL 50 with a 4x12 cab with V30s in it.
However, I would love a little volume drop!

My idea:

The cab has a stereo and a mono mode. Stereo is for 2 amps, mono for 1.

When I hook up my dsl to 1 stereo input with the right impedance, then I just use 2 of my 4 speakers right?
Is it safe to run 1 amp in 1 stereo input at the right impedance or do you NEED to use both inputs in the cab?

(cab is 16 or 4 Ohm, so I should use 8Ohm output in stereo)
Mesa/Boogie Road King v1
Marshall JMP 2203 '78
Vox AC30 H2 Heritage HW
Fender Deluxe Reverb '65 RI
Gibson Les Paul Custom '57 Historic RI '05
Fender American Vintage '52 RI Telecaster '02
Fender American Vintage '62 RI Stratocaster '07
#3
Thank you!

I just hope it would let me put the master up to 3 instead of 2!
Otherwise I need to shop for a hotplate
Mesa/Boogie Road King v1
Marshall JMP 2203 '78
Vox AC30 H2 Heritage HW
Fender Deluxe Reverb '65 RI
Gibson Les Paul Custom '57 Historic RI '05
Fender American Vintage '52 RI Telecaster '02
Fender American Vintage '62 RI Stratocaster '07
#5
I have tried it, and unfortunately it doesn't seem to make ANY difference in volume :p
It just has a little weaker feel, just like you predicted!

Well, that will be a hotplate then !

Thanks for your advise mate!
Mesa/Boogie Road King v1
Marshall JMP 2203 '78
Vox AC30 H2 Heritage HW
Fender Deluxe Reverb '65 RI
Gibson Les Paul Custom '57 Historic RI '05
Fender American Vintage '52 RI Telecaster '02
Fender American Vintage '62 RI Stratocaster '07