#1
I have a Line 6 Spider IV 15 and I want to know if it is possible without messing up anything if I can plug it in to a cab using its output jack?
#3
Quote by Darkflame
nope, has to be a speaker out.

It wouldn't change anything anyways, it'll still be 15 watts, not louder.


Isn't the direct output jack on the amp the same thing as a speaker out?
#5
Quote by firebowl99
Isn't the direct output jack on the amp the same thing as a speaker out?

nope, that's for plugging into a PA, or recording device, or whatever
#6
Quote by Darkflame
no, direct output is for a DI/headphones, it has no load and no load, it's a line signal and it's definitely not strong enough to drive anything.
The power amp isn't used in the direct output, it'd fry everything.


Thanks
#7
All of that said, it would not be difficult to unwire your amps speaker, wire in an output jack, and then plug that into a cab. You could even then wire the speaker to a 1/4" jack, so that you'd be able to unplug from the cab and back into the speaker....
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#8
Are you doing this to try and add volume? What are you hoping going out to a cab will do?
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