#1
Hey, i have a 120watt 4ohm head (soon to be upgraded) with a single speaker output. The problem is that i have an 8 ohm speaker cab and a 4 ohm speaker cab. If i connect these in series then i'm gonna end up with a load of 12 ohms so the head will only be working a 1/4 of what it could be (correct me if im wrong there). And in parallel i'll have a load of 3 ohms which is less than the minimal power amp impeadence and i dont wanna risk damage.

I just wanna know if theres some sort of resistor i could get to turn the 4ohm speaker to an 8ohm, or if theres any other solutions to this problem, thanks for any help. Ste
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#2
What are the speaker configurations in your cabs at the moment? Number of speakers, individual impedences, etc.?
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#3
ive got one 4x10" 8ohm cab so that would be probably be two pairs of 8ohm speakers wired in paralell and the two sets connected together in series but i might be wrong. Anyway its a GK backline if that answers your question. The other speaker is simply a 15" 4 ohm speaker. Thanks for any help.
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