#1
Hi UG!

Today is gunna be my NAD as i'm getting my Laney Ironheart 60h head!

Only issue, is that I seem to be having a brainfart about this.



A typical amp has a 3 way selector between 4ohm,8ohm, and 16ohm.

My current cab is a 2x12 with 2 8ohm speakers wires in series so the rating is 16ohms.

This amp has a 2*8ohm, 1*4 ohm, 2*16 ohm, 1*8ohm, and 1*16 ohm speaker jacks.

I'm incredibly confused and I believe that the 1*16ohm jack is the one i should be using.
But somehow the 2*16 ohm jack is jackhammering my brain! I'm assuming the 2*16 is to running 2 8 ohm speakers in stereo.

Which one do I use and what is the difference?

Thank you UG!

~Shpunt
Last edited by TLAW_Shpunt at Oct 23, 2014,
#2
Use the far right jack. The 2x16 is if you are plugging in two 16 ohm cabs at the same time (8 ohms impedance)

The small squares are used if you are plugging in a single cab, the large squares if you are plugging in two. The number of speakers isn't pertinent, just the overall cab impedance.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
Last edited by Arby911 at Oct 23, 2014,
#4
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin