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Ok, I went out and bought myself a brand spankin' new B-52 AT 100 half stack. It sounded wonderful in the store and even better when I got home. But, I'm afraid to play it for too long because I'm not sure if I have the impedance matched correctly. On the head, there are two speaker outputs, and you can select 4, 8, or 16 Ohms. On the cab, there are two inputs, one of which is 4 Ohm and one of which is 16 Ohm. But, there is also a stereo option, which makes both of them 8 Ohm inputs.
So, should I put the head on 16 Ohm and run two cables to the cab (set to stereo)?
Or, should I put the head on 16 Ohms and just run one cable to the 16-Ohm input (set to mono)?
Or, should I do something else entirely?

I'm new to tube amps, so I want to make sure I'm not going to blow something up and waste all my money. Thanks
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