Heads are Peavy Roadmaster and Randall RH200 and both just say “4 Ohm min”. I know its not the Marshall and I tried another Marshall Head with this cab and still no output, the only thing I can think of is the wiring in this Mojotone cab is messed up. Since a tube amp can delivers its power better there than a transistor amp does, a tube amplifier with the same power sounds louder than a transistor amplifier.
Hertz, Ohm, Volt, Ampere – these are all familiar names that belong in the basic vocabulary of any slightly technically-minded guitarist. Thanks for any help on this. If I were to use it, would that be unsafe for the amp? Sorry for my bad English. The article intimated that it would be ok. I has speaker outs that allow for running one 8 ohm cabinet alone, two 16 ohm cabinets in parallel, or one 16 ohm cabinet alone. I was looking into adding an orange 15” cab onto it as I was told when I add a 2nd 8ohm cabinet that I would flip the switch on the back of the amp from 8 to 4 ohms and the sound will be beefy and low! Thank you.. Hey there! If the amplifier has a lower impedance than the speaker, the http://www.yorkville.com. Because of the fluctuation. Hmm, we had a look in the Crate manual and you should be be fine with this. Page 11, it’s all here: https://orangeamps.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Orange-Terror-Bass-500-and-1000-V16.pdf. The second option would be two run the two cabs in serial together, which would give you a total of 8 + 8 = 16 ohms . Hi Craig. Hi Sainudden, we’re not 100% sure what you mean. And, after reading this article, it gives the idea of boosting the mids by doing the cab at 16ohms and switching the amp to 8ohms. So, I’ve got an Albion TCT 50 head, rated for 8 or 16 ohm output. The rear panel says the head can take speakers of between 4 and 16 ohms. Can i use the right output on the head and will that provider 8’ohms? Just wondering volume and tone on this question not impedance. Glad you enjoyed the article, by the way. There are little helper boxes you can get to facilitate things like this, like this one: http://www.palmer-germany.com/mi/de/CAB-M-Passiver-Summierer-fur-Gitarrenboxen-PCABM.htm, Hope this helps a bit, and that it doens’t go against your 60s philosophy too much! I have a Randall Rd100 with a back panel with one 16ohms output , and two paralels outputs ( swichable in 8 or 4 ) ohms , cab be used at same time , but the 16 ohms can just used alone . I was recently fortunate to acquire a Randall 4\12 slant cab with 4 Celestion 8ohm 65w speakers wired for 8ohms. The reason I say that is because the final impedance according to case 3 is 5.33 ohms, which seems close enough to the 4 ohm switch. If I run the GM at 36 watts what would go to each speaker? I like it to plug the two cabs ant the amp , in the two paralels outputs . Yep, three 16 ohm cabs you can connect in parallel. It’s only our Power Soak-equipped amps (TubeMeisters and GrandMeisters) which have the attenuation built in. We’re sure they have their own line of thinking on stuff like this. That’s totally fine – the GrandMeister is a perfect match for any cab between 8 and 16 ohms, so your Laney will work very well. I’m not quite sure what he is meaning my volume and gain….
I recently purchased a GM40. I have a question. I have a 2 yr old tube meister. I was wondering if I have a 2×12 cab that I plug into the 8 ohm input and I’m using a 8 ohm speaker plus a 16 ohm speaker with my amp at 8 ohms will I burn it out? After reading all of the above,Am I correct in assuming that I can
If all the cabs were 8 Ohms I think the result would be the amp set for 4 Ohm load pushing onto a 2.66 impedance load, Would that hurt anything? This concept is again based on the voltage division rule. To be 100% sure on this one though, you might try asking Vox themselves what they think . I recently bought a crate Excalibur which has a 2ohm output. A Bassman Head and an Orange Tiny Terror.
Hi Five tips on choosing the perfect beginner’s guitar amp, http://www.dvmark.it/media/filer_public/c9/af/c9af4b71-bf7e-4d9f-8625-01e6e3008cce/users_manual_little40.pdf, https://www.thomann.de/gb/celestion_g12_v_type_16_ohm.htm, http://smg.photobucket.com/user/acorkos/media/seriesbox.jpg.html, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZHD_NPfYIs, https://orangeamps.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Orange-Terror-Bass-500-and-1000-V16.pdf, https://wgsusa.com/how-properly-wire-4×12-speaker-cabinet, https://www.facebook.com/hughesandkettner/app/100265896690345/?ref=page_internal, http://www.crateamps.com/pdf/manuals/gx2200h_om.pdf, https://assets.peavey.com/literature/manuals/kba100.pdf, http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/marshall-dsl100h-100w-all-tube-guitar-amp-head, https://www.amazon.com/Randall-RG412-RG-Series-Cabinet/dp/B00DJ42UJ8/ref=pd_sbs_267_t_0/162-7886293-5864706?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=7C6946X4BMRK22DEF5H1, https://www.atrendusa.com/zapco-amplifiers-atrend-enclosures-4-channel-amplifiers-by-atrend-enclosures, https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/G1hqSGB3zMdxrS3XXxTKx0p0m-MOgzl1bqMl8kmV9HU?feat=directlink, https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/qW3XpAsj_q-ItEKPz3lyhEp0m-MOgzl1bqMl8kmV9HU?feat=directlink, http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/fender-mustang-v-v.2-412-4×12-guitar-speaker-cabinet, http://www.palmer-germany.com/mi/de/CAB-M-Passiver-Summierer-fur-Gitarrenboxen-PCABM.htm, http://www.egnateramps.com/manuals/Tweaker88.pdf, http://support.fender.com/manuals/bass_amplifiers/Bassman_100T_manual_rev-A.pdf, http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/Battling_a_Bassman_Reissue, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jKd82bKtM4, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AS2XYN0qwEc, http://hughes-and-kettner.com/products/grandmeister/, http://assets.peavey.com/literature/manuals/80361042.pdf.
And you’re right in your summary – a cab’s listed impedance will indeed be a result of the wiring of the speaker(s) inside. would just like to clarify: H&K attax 100 head says MIN 4 ohms, while i have a 4X12 cab at 8ohms. 4 16 ohm outputs or 16,8,4 ohms. Yes I just want to use the redbox signal on my tubemeister 18. Should I be concerned the amp was running no load during the time trying to find the issue? http://imgur.com/a/umaDQ, Great Blog! But if you’re handy with a soldering iron, go for it: there’s plenty of other sites where people have described exactly how they’ve built boxes exactly like this.