#1
i have a peavey mono stereo cab and my peavey bravo. the cab is rated 16 ohm mono and 8 ohms per channel stereo(for stereo you use 2 8 ohm inputs). my amp is a peavey bravo with a 8 ohm output and a 4 ohm output, you can also use both and the amp will push 4 ohm into the 2 outputs. what is the best way to run all 4 of the speakers or do i just need to rewire it? thanks.
gibson sg
ltd ex-250 w/ emg 81/85
danelectro piece of crap
boogie mark III simul head (purple stripe)
boogie DC-5 112 (FS)
all tube peavey bravo 112
Last edited by soybomb at Feb 15, 2007,
#2
bump
gibson sg
ltd ex-250 w/ emg 81/85
danelectro piece of crap
boogie mark III simul head (purple stripe)
boogie DC-5 112 (FS)
all tube peavey bravo 112
#3
im going to say, run them at 8 ohms. if u need two inputs to run the cab at 8, then u might want to rewire.
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#4
If you don't need stereo, you could connect the two cab inputs in parallel to the amp's 4ohm output.
#5
Quote by indrek13
If you don't need stereo, you could connect the two cab inputs in parallel to the amp's 4ohm output.


i don't understand... explain it to me like you're teaching your mom how to do it. and i don't need stereo.
gibson sg
ltd ex-250 w/ emg 81/85
danelectro piece of crap
boogie mark III simul head (purple stripe)
boogie DC-5 112 (FS)
all tube peavey bravo 112
#6
Consider the two stereo channels of your cab as two separate cabs, both 8 ohms. When connected in parallel, their total impedance would be 4 ohms, which is spot on for the amp's 4 ohm output. You'll simply need a split cable for the connection.
#7
awesome, thank you. can i get one of those cables at radio shack?
gibson sg
ltd ex-250 w/ emg 81/85
danelectro piece of crap
boogie mark III simul head (purple stripe)
boogie DC-5 112 (FS)
all tube peavey bravo 112