#1
I've got a 212 laying around with 4 ohm speakers wired in series that I want to run my Randall combo through. The amp says '4 ohms' and the speaker that's in it is stock and it's 8 ohms. Can I run the 212 as it is or can I only use one speaker?
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#3
If its wired in series your cab should be at 4 ohms, is the amp ss or is it tube and does the external speaker jack cut off the internal speaker of the combo?
#4
The amp is SS, it's a pre-Washburn Randall RG150. The internal speaker actually uses the jack that I'm going to run it from.
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#5
ok you will be fine its telling you the max output at for ohms then on ss amps ohms aren't to much of a concern like they are with a tube amp
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If its wired in series your cab should be at 4 ohms, is the amp ss or is it tube and does the external speaker jack cut off the internal speaker of the combo?



If the two speakers are wired in series then the cab total is 8 ohms. Set the amp to 8

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