#1
On the back of my peavey JSX where the 2 speaker jacks are it says "Speaker Jacks must be parallel."
#2
If you drew straight lines from each of the speaker jacks, the lines would never intersect.

Really, it has something to do with ohm loads...I'm not sure. Free bump, then.
#4
Means "don't run them in series."

In other words, two jacks go to two speakers = no problem.

One jack into one speaker, one speaker into second speaker = problem.

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#5
what.........................i didnt get that.

so can u connect both jacks to one cab for stereo or is it that u connect one jack to one cab and another to another cab?
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#6
Its basically jack one goes to cab one, and jack 2 goes to cab 2, as opposed to jack one going to cabs 1 and 2, or something similar.
#7
o i totally get it now. ill draw a chessy diagram lol. im sure itll help others

head -> jack 1 -> cab 1
\ this is parallel
jack 2 -> cab 2

head -> jack 1 -> cab 1 -> another cable coming out of cab 1 to cab 2

see how that is a "series" and the other is "parallel" its a literal term.........at least in my understanding it is. i am right......right?
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#8
fudge UG killed my diagram i hope it still makes sense.
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#9
from the way i read it, thats right.

honestly, though, it depends ont he amp on wether or not you can run in series. i had a Carvin solid state combo that i used as a head, and you could run the thing in like, 4 diferent configurations.