#1
hello UG community, I just created an account and I have a burning question. Can I connect a head onto my marshall mg100dfx, so I can use the amp as a cabinet?
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#5
what is the amp head you want to plug in?

then, you will need to find out the ohms (impedance) and watts of the speaker in the MG cabinet.

i'm thinking you would also need to cut the speaker wire that goes into the amp and solder a 1/4" jack to the end of it to then plug into the amp head you have.

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Last edited by 311ZOSOVHJH at Jan 22, 2014,
#6
More than likely, you need a 1/4" to spade cable to hook the head directly to the speakers. What amp head? The ohms have to match up
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Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
what is the amp head you want to plug in?

then, you will need to find out the ohms (impedance) and watts of the speaker in the MG cabinet.

i'm thinking you would also need to cut the speaker wire that goes into the amp and solder a 1/4" jack to the end of it to then plug into the amp head you have.

welcome to UG

the head I wanted to connect to it is the peavey century 100 watts 4ohms

there is a 1/4" cable on the amp and it's to connect the loudspeaker to the control panel (what I just said becomes a lot clearer if you have a pic of the backplate of the amp) but that cable is really short so is there a way to make it longer without cutting the cable, beacause I'm not that technically skilled.

also, I read somewhere that you can use the amp's control panel as a head for a cabinet so I don't know if that is useful for getting to know if my desire is possible
Last edited by rik.vulders at Jan 23, 2014,