#1
If my amp only has one extenstion out and my speaker cabinet has two inputs, could I use a Y cable to split the signal to my cabinet? If not, what will happen if I try?
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#3
you dont need to
the two inputs in the cab are so you can use the cab in stereo
using a y splitter wont do anything it will sound the same as pluggin in one cable from the amp to the speakers
#4
I had a pretty long post typed out here, but I think the short version will do you better:

Unless you have a stereo-cab that can't be switched to mono, a y-cable is completely pointless.
#5
Yea it works in mono, I just din't want to try something and potentially essplode my amp just to see what something would do. Will it be louder or will it just be the same (which isn't a problem, I just don't want to break anything)?
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#6
it would be exactly the same.

also you probably can't even do it

actually just don't do it.
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