Author Topic: KH-75 extension cab  (Read 5778 times)

Offline mrfrisky330

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KH-75 extension cab
« on: May 09, 2012, 06:51:23 AM »
Hello,

I am very interested in this amp and have one question:

The manual shows two speaker sockets one for the combo speaker and one for an extention speaker.

What can you plug into into the other socket? And does it switch off the standard combo speaker? Could I for example add a 1x12 to it?

Offline DaveFSJ

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Re: KH-75 extension cab
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2012, 09:59:16 AM »
Sounds to me like thats what it's designed for, Its like having a full stack, or two 4x12 cabs with one head.
Just in this case it will be your combo + an extra cab.
What are the ohm specs for the speaker outs?
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Re: KH-75 extension cab
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2012, 08:47:52 PM »
Hello,

I am very interested in this amp and have one question:

The manual shows two speaker sockets one for the combo speaker and one for an extention speaker.

What can you plug into into the other socket? And does it switch off the standard combo speaker? Could I for example add a 1x12 to it?

from what i under stand they are labeled with minimum ohm one is 4 ohm the other is 8 ohm when you connect a extinsion cab just make sure to match the ohm load when attached it shuts off the combo speaker, if your not sure email randall and ask them and dont mismatch the ohm rating or you can burn the amps trannys up
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