#1
All right, well if anyone can answer this then he or she would be gods among men, so to speak. I digress, I have a Randall R412 Stereo Cabinet and I'm curious as to its wattage. I'm curious because I have a 350W Randall head and a 120W Crate head and was wondering if it would be possible to run both into the same cabinet without any problems
#3
The Randall head has an Ohm switch, the Crate has a 4 ohm minimum. However I don't know what it's rated for, how can this be determined?
#6
you are probably not going to be able to run both at the same time. 350+120=470 watts. you don't see too many speakers at over 100 watts, but then again i don't know what you have in your cab. even 100 watts for a speaker is relativly high, and you would basically need 4x120watt speakers inside.
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