Take no substitutes for quality and reputation. Hooking up a bass head to a bass cabinet, or group of cabinets, is often a confusing topic. I found the Crutchfield diagram confusing. I am a bit confused about Equalizers. Music has wide variations in dynamic range; with no headroom.
Depending on your particular setup, one of these choices may work out for the best. If One amp has a preout on it, run rca cable from the preout of the one amp to the input of the other amp. It just poor mans surround sound. It has adjustable gains and a lot of other nice features. Know the specs of your bass head and cabs. Switch the Tape Monitor swich to on.
My friend uses this set up, with a fender valve, and an orange. And after that to use shorter cables to link to each amplifier. From splitting the signal from a bass and have it feed 2 amps? Bass amp heads specify how much power is sent to a load a cabinet or group of cabinets of a certain impedance the amount of resistance measured in ohms. Parallel law is the one you need to be most familiar with because when it comes to hooking-up cabinets to combos or heads it is almost always done in parallel. And the eq of the first amp is always ideally contributing to the curves of the second. Anyone who can clarify would be appreciated! A load is something that uses power to do something.
I also own my own business in San Diego. If I buy 4 Fender Frontman 212r, how will I do it? The second amp will be the slave. In the event the whole loudspeaker impedance is too large, the energy delivered into the loudspeakers will be decreased. The signal present on the low gain input when your guitar is plugged into the high gain input is exactly the same as what is on the high gain input. It has rca inputs and outputs. I hate to be discouraging on your first post, but I'm pretty sure that you'd need heads with direct-outs in the back.
Subwoofer wiring in doing this would hold up with pictures on my marshall cab. In order to avoid this you need a splitter box containing a high quality high impedance audio isolation transformer. Just wondering if i already have 4 speakers is going to use two amps - wiring a cable is done myself. I have always been a single amp on stage guitarist. In this case, pick a version using an output power rating equivalent to this program power rating of the speaker. Bridge mode operation helps provide the electricity needed at lower cost.
Hi i hook up one am running 2 amps can reach. There are also load boxes which simulate speaker cabs for tube heads so you can use two heads into one cab in mono. What you cannot do is run wire from the speaker binding posts of one to any input on the other. Several loudspeakers can be connected. More ohms higher number means more resistance.
With my monitor is not designed for both amps outputs to connect two basic options: you need is a 4-channel amp. Installing multiple amps should do i hook up a y-splitter, and the slave amplifier. Pick out the ohm rating for your Speakers and split by the number of speakers. The short answer is that you can use any number or combination of in a car audio setup as long as you wire them in properly. When electricity flows to a load some of the electricity is resisted, or impeded. As well as using the stereo out on my Line6, I think I'm going to get me one of those splitter boxes; it looks like a very useful thing to have. The signal in another is swinging.
To determine the total impedance of the cabinets all with the same impedance , take the impedance of one cabinet and divide it by the total number of cabinets. I know likes to wire multiple amps and cabs together, maybe he can help more than I. Just wire up 4 speakers and press the button to have the set you want play - or both play. They were not playing through both at the same time, the second amp head was set up as a quick change back up; they were known to blow when played aggressively at 10. You then need to get an amp with how much power? Specifically, I use a Gallien 700rb, 1 15'' speaker cab, and 1 4x10 speaker cab, and I was thinking about adding another 700rb into the mix, perhaps one amp per one cabinet.
The only thing I left out was the remote turn on wire but in case that's not common since to you: Split it in 2 and put one end to one amp and the other end to the other amp, or u can also daisy chain it from one amp to the other. You will damage possibly both amps if you do it. Install bay, i have a fuse that mean connecting them hooked up two amps and on the most important connection scheme. To the preamp input signals on your amplifier that is second, and so forth. Series means chaining the cabinets together one to the next.