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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by midichlorine, Oct 4, 2010.
I call it 4 on the floor
Quite "The Wall". Looks like a pair of combos on a pair of ext cabs-are they all 4 Ohms?
No "And then!"
Yes 2 4 ohm powered combos and 2 8 ohm ext.
It's not matching but they seem to run fine at 2.67 ohms.
I plan on buying some 4 ohm speakers for the extensions.
Pretty amazing though.
And easy as hell to work with.
beautiful! I had a stack and they killed. I bet this combo is AWESOME!!!!
My Walkabout "needs" and friend to sit under it!
Almost Heaven on earth
Great looking set up but how do you plug one bass into two combos?
Forgive me. I uberstoopid.
Not to burst your bubble, but wouldn't that result in the bottom two cabinets getting half the wattage they ought to be getting, making them -- in a sense -- fairly expensive stands for your combos? (Albeit beautiful ones.)
Ah, I see you plan to swap the drivers. Good idea.
it actually does add a good bit of volume with the 2 8 ohm cabs
it was a concern of mine that they would be getting less power but if you stand in front of this thing thats not the first thing that comes to mind
the new drivers will def make it louder than it already is!
just gonna take a couple o weeks to make that happen.
for now though its loud as hell!!
as far as running 2 amps goes
i just use an a-b box.
Although all 4 with matched impedance would be best, I'm sure those 8 Ohm ext cabs add plenty of booty. IME there's no audible diff in those cabs beteen 4 and 8 Ohms. Conventional 12 drivers usually max out around 200 watts and these are no exception IMHO.
Damn. My stack only sounds half as good...
Very very nice.
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