#1
Hey guys, I just have a quick question I haven't been able to find the answer to. Is it possible to (safely) hook an Epiphone Valve Junior head up to 2 (Epiphone Valve Junior) cabs at once?
#2
If theres two 8 Ohm (i think) jacks on the back. Otherwise, u would have to use a 2x12 cab.
#3
No.

The Head's designed to only have a speaker plugged into one of it's outputs at a time, and the cab only has a single input (no way to parallel to another cab).
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#5
It is possible to hook up multiple cabs if you daisychain them. Avatar puts a special jack on their cabs for this. Those are the only cabs I've seen this feature on. Any cab can be modded for it, though.
#6
Yes its possible and can be done in parellel..

The head can take a 8 ohm or 4 ohm load and the cab is equipped with a custom designed, 16 ohm Eminece Lady luck speaker. So if you parellel the connection into the 8ohm jack your going to be getting a 8ohm impedance level. You will have to buy a special adapter that runs mono or you can modify the cabs...
#7
Couldn't you use a simple Y adapter plugged into the 8 ohm output to act as a parallel conector? If you connect a Valve Jr. cabinet into each leg of the adapter it should equal an 8 ohm load (2x16 ohm cabinets in parallel = 8 ohms). I was thinking about giving this a try myself so let me know if my Ohm's Law calculations are wrong.
#8
Yep, just make a splitter cable out of speaker wire. I wouldn't trust a splitter made for line level audio. 2 - 16 ohms in parallel = 8 ohms
#9
I forgot that those Y adapters are usually made for low power applications. Thanks for the reminder.