#1
Is there a way you can tell if an extension cab disables your internal speaker in a combo without actually having a cab?
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#2
Call the customer support number printed on the owners manual.
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#3
I guess that's a good idea. Thanks lol.
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#4
It might tell you in the actually owners manual so you don't have to call them, that's what it was like fo' me.
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#5
Yeah, I was just looking through the manual, and I found out the external jack is parallel with the internal speaker. So, unlike many other combo amps, my Peavey XXX does not cut off the internal speaker. So, I am thinking about getting a 112 cab. The internal speaker has a load of 16 ohms, and the external jack requires a minimum of 16 ohms. If I were to get a 16 ohms 112 cab and connect it to the jack, the internal speaker and the speaker in the cab would be wired in parallel. Therefore, the final load is 8 ohms. Correct?
Schecter C-1 Classic (Coming Soon)
Ibanez RG350EX

Peavey XXX Super 40 EFX

Digitech Bad Monkey
Danelectro Fish and Chips

Guitar Rig 3