Now, few weeks later getting the MC250 going here, I gigged last weekend with my 2x12 each on its own amp channel in stereo. To my ears it was sounding muddy and not as clear as usual. The sound changed considerably and I lost my "Twang"... the usual MC50 hooked to a 1x12 was ideal before, and I thought getting another speaker into the mix would be more full of a sound.
I opted to go with what I know after the second song that night, turn off the bottom speaker and go with a 1x12 and wala, the tone and sound is back.
before the gig that day, I went to Radio shack, bought a project box and hard split the mono signal into 2 separate mono signals. Is this an appropriate method of splitting or is there more to this? I have seen some products that claim to split signals, but I assume they are doing the same thing considering they are cheap and not complex looking, but never opened one up.
Does anyone know how the boys in DSO and JGB are accomplishing this task of stereo splitting, I want to rule out the connection/junction so that I know I don't need new speakers or something else.... Yes I did try both as 1x12 and great sound. No I did not Try in parallel yet, but I've used in parallel without problems using my Mosvalve in the past. Hummmm,,,?
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