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    Default Re: 2 heads, one cab

    Quote Originally Posted by blaise.brown.7967 View Post
    Google your cab. If it's a stereo cab all systems go. Mono means no.
    The cab is mono with a 1/4" and Neutrik jack, which are in parallel.

    BR, can't really say 100%, but if they are working fine now they should be fine. And now you also know where the noise was coming from, the PV was probably seeing almost a 0 ohm load across the Splawn's transfomer.
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    Default Re: 2 heads, one cab

    If you could, you'd probs have to use low wattage heads.

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    Default Re: 2 heads, one cab

    Quote Originally Posted by devastone View Post
    The cab is mono with a 1/4" and Neutrik jack, which are in parallel.

    BR, can't really say 100%, but it they are working fine now they should be fine. And now you also know where the noise was coming from, the PV was probably seeing almost a 0 ohm load across the Splawn's transfomer.
    I hope you are right Bro!
    I sure hope i didnt fork anything up.. At least I wasnt playing both heads ( I thought about it) and wasnt running the PV hard.. I never dreamed that it would run back through the other head plugged up, especially since it was off and all.. eek!!
    Believe me when I say that some of the most amazing music in history was made on equipment that's not as good as what you own right now.

    Jol Dantzig

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    Default Re: 2 heads, one cab

    Tube amps are pretty tough, tougher than a lot of people will lead you to believe, it's just that when they fail from stuff like that it's pretty catastrophic (I think that is French for "costs a lot to fix").

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