#1
So a while ago I replaced the speaker in my Classic 30. I want to make a 112 cab using the blue marvel speaker now. So I wasnt too sure about the impedance or what not.

Both speakers are 16 ohms, and the Classic 30 has a minimum impedance opf 16 ohms. So is it all good if I have one 16 ohm speaker in the amp and one 16 ohm speaker as an external cab??
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#2
How are you planning on wiring them? If you use both at the same time, you can either get 8 ohms, or 32 ohms; both of which are wrong.
#3


Like that from the external cab out on the amp. Thats the way I figured?
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#4
That's right. Use a 16 ohm speaker. It presents an 8Ω load to the output transformer, but it can handle it just fine.
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#5
Thank you.
The speakers are wired in parallel like that, correct?

Would there be an advantage and is it possible to wire them in parallel/series to keep the total load at 16 ohms?
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