#1
hey guys,

i have a marshall avt150 combo amp and i was wondering if i can hook it up to a cab? and if so, does it have to be a marshall avt412 cab or can it be like a marshall 1960 412 cab (or any of the other marshall cabs)?

thanks!
#2
Does it have another speaker out, if so then yes. And it can be any cab you like as long as you obey Ohm's law
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#3
Quote by Bloodshed
Does it have another speaker out, if so then yes. And it can be any cab you like as long as you obey Ohm's law


what would that be lol
#4
The impedance rating from the amp must be equal to or lower than that of the speakers it's running into
Same goes for wattage
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#5
or else something veryyy bad will happen.....
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#6
The resistance(ohm) of the cabinet has too be the equivalent or higher then the cab out on ur amp or else u will blow up ur house. Well not ur house but ur speaker and/or amp will break.

EDIT: what demonic said.

example: amp is 8 ohm (libra symbol) then the cabinet must have 8 or higher (usually 16) ohm (libra symbol)

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