#2
a 1/4" jack speaker cable. looks the same as a guitar cable, but that doesnt mean you can use a guitar cable

also check out vader cabs. that behringer cab isn't great
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#3
and heres another question.. can i use my roland cube amp as the head?? My friend uses his amp as what he runs to his cab so i just figured i could too.
#4
does the cube have a jack on the back labelled "external speaker out" or "extensions speaker out"
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#5
it has a jack that says headphone/ recording out or sumthin along those lines
#6
you're planning on using a roland cube to power a 4x12? lol.

and yeah, +1 on the behringer's not being too good.
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#8
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well i have no idea so that why im askin.. whats wrong with that?

its not necessary casue you probably would not notice much of a difference other than looks
#9
well the amp is 15w and the cab is 400 so i figured it would atleast be a little bit louder haha.. So can i not power that cab with a cube?
#10
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well the amp is 15w and the cab is 400 so i figured it would atleast be a little bit louder haha.. So can i not power that cab with a cube?

You can power it, its just that it wont be that much louder than it already is. Right now it seems like it would be worth it
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You can power it, its just that it wont be that much louder than it already is. Right now it seems like it would be worth it

Yea, with 15w, your not gonna notice too much difference, and it probably could sound worse, because so little wattage is going to each speaker they each have less energy to reproduce the sound, so I'd say more is better hear. Even if you had a 100w cab, the difference in sound volume between a 2x12 and a 4x12 is about 3dB, so reguarless of what your powering it with, your not gaining a lot.

To put it simply, the volume comes from the amp head, not what cab you have.

Also, Behringer is not a good cab at all. First, Behringer's have a reputation of being made as cheaply as possible, thats why that 4x12 is affordable. Also, you should make sure your cab has reputable speakers like Eminence or Celestion. There your getting Behringer speakers, which could sound like who knows what.

EDIT: There's a reason that cab costs less than $300, and it's not because Behringer has a lower markup than Marshall... if you get what I'm saying. You get what you pay for.
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#13
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it has a jack that says headphone/ recording out or sumthin along those lines



that;s not a "speaker out" anyway.
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