Chuckles wrote:FWIW, JonS had Brad build his SMS-JG Classic (#61) with twin outputs, which he runs to both channels of his power amp. Sounds nice, and there's a redundancy there should one of the channels fail. That said, I'm kinda on the side of running everything through one channel (my SMS is #67) to get the most drive out of it, but there are good arguments to be made for both positions, not the least of which is that with two channel outputs I could direct one to my 2xE120 cab and one to my K120 with individual volume adjustments... but that is waaaay more complicated than this needs to be!
mijknahs wrote:I did run my Twin using a mono "Y" splitter (mono 1/4" to 2xRCA mono) into both channels of an MC2120 and running one E120 on each channel. It sounded great. Then my splitter broke and I stopped doing it.
Now I just run one channel on 4 ohms into the 2x12" cab.
mijknahs wrote:If they are separate stereo channels then you can run whatever speaker load you want. 8 ohm on one and 4 ohm on the other should be just fine.
Chuckles wrote:Just dawned on me... if I were to split from the SMS to two channels of the MosValve, is there a problem with running one channel of the power amp into 8 ohms and the other into 4? I believe they are discrete channels when run in stereo mode, but I can't find any lit on it...
(Yeah, I know.. I said KISS... but a guy's gotta wonder about such things and explore them, no? )
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