#2
just make em match.

can't go wrong that way..

most extension cabs should be able to handle the wattage you have on the 401 as well.
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#3
so if I switch the dsl401 to 8ohms and run my speaker out from the combo into the cab in the 8ohm socket that'll be ok?
#4
Yes, what cab are you thinking about getting?
Quote by atr5557
i just got the boss mt-2 metal zone pedal today. i got the adapter for it but how do i know if its charging?
#5
not too sure

Ive been told elsewhere that the speaker in the DSL401 is 16ohm so I couldnt switch it down to 8 and use the internal speaker.

looks like i'll have to get a 1960s cab with a 16ohm mono input so can run the cab and combo together
#6
Quote by PaulTheVillan
not too sure

Ive been told elsewhere that the speaker in the DSL401 is 16ohm so I couldnt switch it down to 8 and use the internal speaker.

looks like i'll have to get a 1960s cab with a 16ohm mono input so can run the cab and combo together


I got the 1960a cab and it made alot of difference, for the better, with my 401 until i had enough money to get a decent head. Yes the internal speaker is 16, it says it on the back of your amp.
Quote by atr5557
i just got the boss mt-2 metal zone pedal today. i got the adapter for it but how do i know if its charging?