Ive got a TC classic 450 head which states in the back minimum 4ohms although it says you can connect 3 of there 8ohm cabs which is 2.67 ohms
now i have a 2x10 eden cab and 1x15 eden cab
the 2x10 is 4 ohms and the 1x15 is 8ohms
this would give you 2.67 ohms
question is would this be safe as they say 4ohms but they can take 2.67 with three of there cabs
and the other question will there be a mismatch - will the 2x10 be louder and putting out more than the 1x15 noticeably ?
if so im thinking the easiest and cheapest solution without spending to much cash is to keep the 2x10 as 4 ohms being able to run this as single cab sometimes running the TC at the optimal 4ohms therefore getting plenty of welly with one cab
and change the 8 ohm driver in the eden cab for a better 4 ohm speaker and then make a series cable if possible giving me 8 ohms but allowing me to run both cabs with the same ohm,age and safely at 8ohms?
or shall i just bite it and run it as it is not pushing the hell out of it at 2.67?!
other things to consider which could change ohms...
the eden 2x10 has a horn and the 1x15 has a horn if this makes any odds