ok.. I have a technical question for everybody...

I have an amp and a cab, the amp is a combo so it has 1 12'' speaker at 8 ohms and the cab has 4 12'' speakers at 8 ohms (I have one input on the cab at 8 ohms).

At the back of my amp I have 2, 8 ohm outputs.

My question is... am I giving one speaker the same power I give the other four in the cab? I'm trying to understand how this all works. I know that in parallel the voltage is the same but the current is divided. I don't know how the speakers in the cab are connected...

I tried it, it works, I'm just curious how it all works from an electrical view
Last edited by mccneb_86 at May 24, 2011,
It terms of electrics i can only guess they are wired in parralell an not series?
Sorry i'm late, but my walk has got terribly silly today
They are wired in parallel, but if you plug in a 60W combo to a 4x12 cab, it's the same as a 60W head pushing the 4x12.