#1
Can i use the speaker output on the Bugera v5 to connect to the mixer and out the PA speakers? Or is that harmful to the amp
#2
If the impedance of the amp matches the cabinet, you should be fine.

Why you would want to hook a guitar amp to a PA speaker is a whole other story though. It'll sound like shit.
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Can i use the speaker output on the Bugera v5 to connect to the mixer and out the PA speakers? Or is that harmful to the amp


You’ll damage the PA and amp if you connect them using the speaker out. Use the headphone out.
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Just buy a microphone, problem solved.
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#5
the thing has no headphones output, and no, you can't connect the speaker output to the mixer - you'll either **** the mixer input or a fusible in the amp.
The way of doing what you wanna do is getting a microphone (sm whatever), putting it in front of the amp amd plugging the mic into the mixer.
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the thing has no headphones output, and no, you can't connect the speaker output to the mixer - you'll either **** the mixer input or a fusible in the amp.
The way of doing what you wanna do is getting a microphone (sm whatever), putting it in front of the amp amd plugging the mic into the mixer.


Yeah it does...

It also has a .1 watt mode, which you could jack into a mixer if you really wanted to. (additional components necessary)
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#7
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Can i use the speaker output on the Bugera v5 to connect to the mixer and out the PA speakers? Or is that harmful to the amp


if you want to run the bugera directly into a mixer then use the headphones outputs instead.

using the speaker outputs is not the best idea.
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Can i use the speaker output on the Bugera v5 to connect to the mixer and out the PA speakers? Or is that harmful to the amp



Given the low output of the amplifier this should be perfectly acceptable. 0.1 w into 4 ohms is about 600mV which is fine for a mixer line input HOWEVER you may get an earth loop an want to put it through a DI box with a 1:1 transformer in it.
#9
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Can i use the speaker output on the Bugera v5 to connect to the mixer and out the PA speakers?


No. That's the wrong load for the Bugera. And for the mixer as well.
#10
Quote by T00DEEPBLUE
If the impedance of the amp matches the cabinet, you should be fine.

Why you would want to hook a guitar amp to a PA speaker is a whole other story though. It'll sound like shit.


He's talking about plugging the thing into the MIXER, not a cabinet. The mixer would then be plugged into (presumably) the PA power amp and THAt would be plugged into a PA speaker.
#11
Crazy talk. Stick a mic in front of the speaker like a normal person.
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