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What about the compatibility with Line 6 Headers and another brand cab?

 

Can I connect the "Line 6 Spider IV 150 HD" into a "Marshall cab 2x12" with regular celestion 8ohm wich is usually used for connect 100W Marshall headers as MG100FX or DSL100H?

 

I need to know 'cause I'm afraid about burn it out my speakers, I mean, the 150W is not to much power for a regular cab usually used for headers of 100W? 

I got a new one and I'm not using it waiting for to know if there are compatibility on current or not

 

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What Marshall cabinet is it exactly? Most of the Tube amp cabinets Marshall sells are 8 or 16 ohms but the MG cabinets im not sure about if the are 4 or 8?

 

Does the cabinet have any numbers on it? does it have an impedance value? Or do you not own it yet?

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  • 3 years later...

I'm trying to find info for the Spider V 240hc MKII.  I have a 16 ohm 412, and have yet to hook it up bc the manual is unclear.  Is it a "4 ohm minimum", or does it have to be a single 4 ohm cab or dual 8 ohm loads?  Any help will be appreciated.  Thank you!

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On 8/22/2017 at 12:03 AM, criollojulio said:
What about the compatibility with Line 6 Headers and another brand cab?

 

 

 

 

Can I connect the "Line 6 Spider IV 150 HD" into a "Marshall cab 2x12" with regular celestion 8ohm wich is usually used for connect 100W Marshall headers as MG100FX or DSL100H?

 

 

 

 

 

I need to know 'cause I'm afraid about burn it out my speakers, I mean, the 150W is not to much power for a regular cab usually used for headers of 100W? 

 

 

I got a new one and I'm not using it waiting for to know if there are compatibility on current  mygiftcardsite or not

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks a lot @criollojulio for posting this question, i am also looking for same issue, I found a lot of interesting information here. A really good post, very thankful and helpful

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