#1
Okay, i found these 2 speakers in my garage, there cerwin vega AT8's (I think) and they dont use jacks to plug into, there like wires that u need to clip on or somthing like that but anyways, to the real point. i've got a marshall mg10cd that ive been dying to make louder is there anyway i can run the 2 cerwin vegas in paralell with the speaker in the amp? i dont care how complicated it is i just wanna know if i can do it. (intructions wouldnt be bad but im not forcing them)


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#2
probably. depending on what the speakers are, ohms, etc etc. or else you'll end up frying things you didnt know was there


thread is useless with barely any info. sorry dude.
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#3
A) why would you want to make something that sounds like that, louder
B) you'd be better off just replacing the speaker ( if not the whole amp) with a more efficient one.
#4
heres a pic of the speakers, and i just need somthing alot louder i realy dont care if it sounds that bad (which i know it does) i just dont feel like dumping the doe
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#6
Those are hifi speakers. Don't use them with your amp. They will blow, or, if you're lucky, just sound terrible.

If you want your amp to be louder, get a new one. It's a good opportunity to get one which is better, as well.
#8
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They sound quite okay with bass though (although after a while they break)...

around here, hardly anyone bothers buying themselves a practice amp for their bass...instead they use their hi-fi systems (often with a subwoofer). It isn't too pretty, but it's plenty loud and gets the job done.
#9
It won't make it any louder. Buy yourself a new amp if you can.
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