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  • why 2 input on my Cab?

    I just bought an old Carvin V412B cab. its a 4x12

    it has 2 8ohm inputs in the back. what purpose does this serve?
    wixomwhat
    Toneologist
    Last edited by wixomwhat; 01-02-2006, 06:59 PM.

  • #2
    Re: why 2 input on my Cab?

    two possibilitys comes in my mind:
    -Stereo Input
    -or they just parallel to connect a second cab...

    I think some has to join who know this cab exactly...

    or do you know the impedance of each speaker?
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    • #3
      Re: why 2 input on my Cab?

      open it up if you can and check the wiring. get back to us.


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      • #4
        Re: why 2 input on my Cab?

        I think I will email Carvin and see if they can help me out. If not then I'll open up cab and get back to you guys.

        thanks

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        • #5
          Re: why 2 input on my Cab?

          Just pop the little jack. If you see two independent wires going off to speakers, it's stereo. If one jack is wired to the other jack, it's just a convenient way to plug in another cab.


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