#1
Alright, so I have a Vox AC15 and I want some more low end out of it. If I ran a cable from the "extension speaker" output into the input of my bass amp would this get some more low end? Would it sound okay?
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#2
no no no no nonononononono
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#4
NO! for a decent amount of reasons (more than i will list)

the speaker output on your amp is higher than the preamp can handle, boom spark smoke.

you would have to match ohms, and it likely wouldn't work, dont know about the bass amp though.

if you want it different maybe get a new cab that you could run properly matching ohms with the existing speaker.
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NO! for a decent amount of reasons (more than i will list)

the speaker output on your amp is higher than the preamp can handle, boom spark smoke.

you would have to match ohms, and it likely wouldn't work, dont know about the bass amp though.

if you want it different maybe get a new cab that you could run properly matching ohms with the existing speaker.


Boom spark smoke doesn't sound too good. I'll look into a new cab. Thanks.
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