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Gallien Krueger 410 RBX Question

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by matt_oc6, Apr 9, 2010.


  1. matt_oc6

    matt_oc6

    Feb 28, 2010
    Just bought one of these cabs and am having problems hooking my amp up to it. My speaker cable doesnt fit into the horn bi-amp hole. There is another little thing over to the right that says full range above it bit it is blocked off by a little nut/bolt type thing, do i need to take this off and plug my speaker cable into that? If this is the case how do i go about doing it? i've unscrewed the end off it but the plastic part it screws onto seems to be stuck inside there.

    Below is a photo of what i'm talking about (note: this picture already has the bolt thing removed)

    http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x130/matt_oc6/410RBX.jpg
     
  2. matt_oc6

    matt_oc6

    Feb 28, 2010
  3. Those pics are no help, but to clarify; The input on the far left is a "Speakon" jack. In order to utilize this (recommended) you will need a speaker cable with a Speakon NL-4 connector. And, if you want to take advantage of G-K's "HMS"/ bi amp feature, it would need a four conductor cable as well.
    The other jack is a conventional 1/4" phone jack, and is evidently covered by a dummy plug to prevent air leaks if using the Speakon jack.
    EDIT
    BTW; Most dummy plugs I've seen just pull out of the jack.
     
  4. therh

    therh

    Mar 16, 2010
    Houston, Texas
    It will not fit in the 1/4 jack? I should be strait forward. I will have to agree with the above. I think you are trying to put a 1/4 in a speakon, that will not work. And do not try to force it either.
     
  5. username1

    username1

    Dec 28, 2005
    alberta canada
    My gk rbx810 had the same plug in the 1/4" jack. Just pull it out with some pliers. Its just a plastic plug in it.
     
  6. Thunder Pulse

    Thunder Pulse

    May 12, 2007
    Correct. It's just a plug.
     
  7. Yup it's a plug. You can actually just use your fingernail under it and it pops right off. I had the same thing on my GK Neo 112 II. Embarrassed but I had to call GK to figure it out. They said they get so many calls about the "plug removal" that they are thinking about changing the color. I almost removed the whole jack on mine!
    Brent
     

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