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Being a techie and a guitar nerd, I have finally reached the point where I unscrewed the metal backplate of my Amplifi 75. Encouraged by the test I did with a Kemper profiling amp, I want to connect two external speakers (a split 4x12 cabinet) to the amplifi unit.

 

I see some things I cannot explain:

 

1) The specification speak about 5 speakers ('subwoofer', 2x mid driver, 2x high driver) where the 75 only has 3.

2) The bass speaker (subwoofer?) is only 15W. 

3) The unit has 3 amps, one for the 15W bass and two for the drivers at either side. 

 

What I could do is put speaker jack connectors inbetween the two driver cables, but will they provide enough power to drive 8Ohm speakers (2x16 parallel)? The specs say that it's a 75W amp, and I don't hope Line6 makes that common mistake that 75W=15W+30W+30W, leaving the driver output at 30W. 

 

 

 

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Good for you for trying . In this day and age no output just makes line 6 look bad. My 150 is a dust collector I might hook it up to my TV. My fault for buying it might make a good studio monitor. I have all the line 6 gear but after this dsession I think I will start to spend my money on another brand. So you know 6 line you have lost a loyal costumer

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It's not that I don't use my Amplifi.. I play the thing every day, in my livingroom. It is the perfect size for it. I want to expand the use, however, doing some small gigs.

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I was thinking of tring the same.

But got in there and saw the same thing and questions!!!!!!

Might need some experimentation!!!

Document anything you come up with..!! :)

 

Thanks!!

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Hi!

Any improvement on this issue? I want to have this option also but as I do not how how to work electronics I am waiting on you!

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