#1
let the pic do the talking can it be done will it work???
#2
seems reasonable to me, but, then again, i dont really know a whole lot about this kinda ****
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#3
yea you could do that

just make a switch to switch between 2 speakers or 4 speakers so you get the wanted amout of ohmage and wattage
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#4
it depends on your head, but usually, the output jacks are wired in parallel...

and you wouldn't get half the wattage from one jack. You'd get the full 150.
Then again you might have some kinda strange amp that does that.
#5
You can get a cab thats wired like that. I know Behringer makes one. Its just a standard stereo cabinet.
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#6
does putting a jack in one socket not disable the other one? like when you put in headphones, it disables the speaker at the same time.
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does putting a jack in one socket not disable the other one? like when you put in headphones, it disables the speaker at the same time.

no one of the jacks is for one cab and the other is for another cab that way you can have full stack
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#9
He'd only get 75 watts from one jack becuase his cab is 4 ohms, not 8. What ohmage are your individual speakers? You can probably wire it to be the right ohmage to get the most out of your head.
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no one of the jacks is for one cab and the other is for another cab that way you can have full stack


ah, i'm afraid i'm not a fullstack guru!
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#11
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He'd only get 75 watts from one jack becuase his cab is 4 ohms, not 8. What ohmage are your individual speakers? You can probably wire it to be the right ohmage to get the most out of your head.


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The impedance doesn't affect amplifier output by a factor of the impedance. It affects the output by a ratio of the load impedance and the amplifier's output impedance. If the amplifier was a 150w-4ohm output amplifier, he'd get 150w out of a 4ohm cab. If it was a 150w-8ohm amp, he'd get approx. 132w out of a 4ohm cab.


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if you're done letting the picture do the talking, what kind of amp do you have? (you don't even have to tell me the specs, I'll try and look it up, unless of course it's some rare and impossible to find amp).
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