#1
im wondering if it is possible to add another speaker to a line 6 spider III 15 watt amp,and what would i need to do to make it possible.this would be my first customization project.
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#2
15 Watts?
It'd prolly cost you less to get a more powerful amp, instead of trying to do what you're trying to.
#3
i already have a couple of speakers,i just need to know if it is possible and how i would go about doing it
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1998 Squier Affinity Stratocaster

Amps:

Peavey Valve king 112

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#4
Meh, I have no clue. I find it pointless, but that's just my opinion.
Why don't you trial and error it? =)
#5
lol i could do that but with my luck i would f@#* it all up and it would blow up and kill me!
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#6
You probably don't just want to randomly add a speaker to an amp. You would want the new speaker load to be the same as the original total speaker impedance. If you already had an 8 ohm speaker load and you added another 8 ohm speaker you would have a 4 ohm or 16 ohm load depending on how you wired them; neither result would be desirable.

The simple rule is, if you don't know how to do something, and are afraid that something will explode, then it is probably not a wise idea to try and do it anyways.
#7
New amp (tube) and use the two that you had before.
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#8
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You probably don't just want to randomly add a speaker to an amp. You would want the new speaker load to be the same as the original total speaker impedance. If you already had an 8 ohm speaker load and you added another 8 ohm speaker you would have a 4 ohm or 16 ohm load depending on how you wired them; neither result would be desirable.

The simple rule is, if you don't know how to do something, and are afraid that something will explode, then it is probably not a wise idea to try and do it anyways.

TS, wire the other speaker in parallel.

Axe: Series would be 16 ohms, parallel would still be 8 ohms.

Parallel:
1/R(total)= (1/R1)+(1/R2)+etc...
#9
(8^-1+8^-1)^-1=4

If it was 4 x 8 ohm speakers in series-parallel, it would be 8 ohms, but it would be 4 ohms with 2 8 ohm speakers in parallel. It requires an NxN network of resistances/impedances to equal the original resistance/impedance, albeit with a higher power rating.

In the end, a spider III isn't worth the work. We don't even know what type of speakers the TS has anyways.
#10
I thought this involved the movie clueless
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