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|Jgrabs07 ||09-05-2013 09:39 AM |
making a 6x10
I have a ampeg 410 he and recently got a gk goldline 2x10 for 100$ both are ok when I daisy chain them to my 3 pro. But I think the 410 is starving the 210 is there a way to connect the 210 parallel so the 3 pro just see a 610 4 ohm load. Or am I messing with to many impedances. I know that the he has 4 32ohm 10's and the g/k probably has two 16 ohm 10's. My question is could these be connected to make a 610. Dont have the dough for a 610 rite now, and this maybe a far stretch to even try, but I dont want to hook it all together and wind up with nothing. Any input is greatly appreciated, and thanks in advance
|BassmanPaul ||09-05-2013 11:38 AM |
The only way that a 2x10 can be added to a 4x10 to make a viable 6x10 is for the 2x10 to have twice the impedance of the 4x10. 16Ω 2x10 with an 8Ω 4x10 or 8Ω 2x10 with a 4Ω 4x10. Doing this enables each driver in either cabinet to "see" the same amount of power. How the two cabinets work together tonally is another question.
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