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Old 2004-07-11, 23:05
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Arrow Line 6....

My cousin has a Line 6 SpiderII combo, the 210 combo, and he asked me, "Can you hook up a cab with this amp?" Im guessing so when u play live the guitar sound can come from both dirrectionc of the stage.....my answer was i have no idea..so i was wondering, can you hook up a cab to a line 6 combo such as the 210 combo?
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Old 2004-07-11, 23:27
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As long as it has a speaker out, which I'm almost positive it does.
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Old 2004-07-12, 00:12
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As long as it has a speaker out, which I'm almost positive it does.



Its direct out not speaker out, will that affect anything out?
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Old 2004-07-12, 01:07
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Its direct out not speaker out, will that affect anything out?

a direct out is something to go out to a mixer or separate poweramp.
a speaker output or poweramp output is what it needs... if you're smart with wires and good with a soldering iron you could disconnect the internal speakers, then make a special cable with a 1/4'' on one end and the other connected to the wires that were connected to the speakers. then he could push a 4x12 for more volume. so he would be turning his combo into a head, if he doesnt mind not using the internal speakers.
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Old 2004-07-13, 14:06
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ok, i understand what ure saying, ill make sure i tell him (Not sure if hes going to get it) but ill still tell him, thanks....
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Old 2004-07-13, 14:44
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i need more info on that, is there like a website which i can visit to explain in a little more detail possibly with some pictures??
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Old 2004-07-13, 15:27
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disconnect the wires going from the amp to the speaker...
go to radio shack, buy a couple of 1/4" jacks and some speaker wire.
solder the 1/4" jack onto one end, connect the other end of the wire to the wires you disconnected from rhe amp's speakers. then plug the 1/4" end into a cab.....
just make sure you match up the ohm-age. and that the +&- sides of the cable.......
then you should be fine.
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Old 2004-07-13, 17:07
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thanks man...
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Old 2004-07-13, 17:41
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disconnect the wires going from the amp to the speaker...
go to radio shack, buy a couple of 1/4" jacks and some speaker wire.
solder the 1/4" jack onto one end, connect the other end of the wire to the wires you disconnected from rhe amp's speakers. then plug the 1/4" end into a cab.....
just make sure you match up the ohm-age. and that the +&- sides of the cable.......
then you should be fine.



the 1/4 jacks are females or males?
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Old 2004-07-13, 18:35
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You answered your own Question. JACK that would mean female.
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Old 2004-07-14, 00:41
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yeh, i guess "jack" would mean female, but i ment male.
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