Hey everyone. Here's what's up: I have a Fender 400 PS. Great amp, in love with the tone, very happy. The thing about it is that it has a bit of an impractical feature: 3 outputs, 145 W each, 3 separate transformers (I think), and only handle 4 ohm loads. That means to extract the full power from it, I would need to have 3 cabinets in there at the same time. Granted, the situations I'd "need" 400+ watts are quite few if any, but let's say I wanted to do it... It's like owning a Porsche: no one NEEDS to have that kind of speed and power in a car but it's very nice to know you have it on tap. The car I use (not a Porsche it's a Pathfinder) to move gear can handle 2 cabinets just fine (2x15s) but it won't take 3. That would mean each time I wanted to use the full potential of the amp, I'd have to make 2 trips to haul all the gear. It comes down to this: Is there a way I can turn the three outputs into 2 outputs of 4 ohms? Will there be loss of quality of sound? Is it dangerous? I'd rather split the difference of watts (220 watts into 2 cabs as opposed to 145 into 3) and have less stuff to carry while maintaining the ability to use the amp to its fullest (if I wanted to). Thanks in advance for your help, I'll be checking this thread often to see what people have to say. Thanks again.