#1
I was wondering if there is any way to wire two 8 ohm speakers with two 16 ohm speakers in a cab and come up with a common impedance. my cab is the mc412 so it has a 4 ohm and 16 ohm input, and normally I run 2 16 ohm speakers in it (texas heats) but i stumbled across some 30 year old speakers, only problem, they are 8 ohms.
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#4
You might add extra resistors to lower the impedance, but you'd probably need a amp that runs at 2 ohms... Bass amps?
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#5
My electronics knowledge is still in its infancy so while I feel like I could do that, I'm gonna pass. Lowest my amp measures is 4 anyhow. Cool idea though
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#6
If I'm not wrong you could use three speakers, if you really want to use the ones you found.

Wire the two 8ohm speakers in series for a total of 16ohms, then wire them in parallel with the single 16ohm speaker for a total output of 8ohms?

Could be cool...
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