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Can You Physically Stack The Dt25 Combo On A Dt25 Extension Cab ?

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Hey guys; This may be a silly question but has anybody actually stacked the DT25 combo on top of a DT25 1x12 extension cab ? Would it provide enough support on stage so it wouldn't tip over ? I'm really leaning towards the DT25 combo since it's not too heavy and for the convenience of small / medium gigs. But I'm thinking I may want to add a 1x12 cab for larger gigs. Or, would the head and two 1X12's be the way to go for ultimate flexibility ? Any thoughts ? Thanks

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Yes, you can stack the combo on the extension cab.

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I actually run my DT25 head and cab on top of my DT50112...the cab feet fit perfect and it makes for a nice little "Pyramid of Death" B)

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I actually run my DT25 head and cab on top of my DT50112...the cab feet fit perfect and it makes for a nice little "Pyramid of Death" B)

 

why 2 amps and and 1 speaker?

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why 2 amps and and 1 speaker?

you never know what spacealt is up to but actually he has a dt25 head and cab and a dt50 1x12 combo if i read that right

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you never know what spacealt is up to but actually he has a dt25 head and cab and a dt50 1x12 combo if i read that right

 

ok. you´re right. I missed out the "and cab".

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