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FDP Forum / Fender Amps: 1985 - Current / DT412 cab



Apr 14th, 2018 09:27 AM   Edit   Profile  

I have a dt412 cab paired with a laney lv300h head first is that head too much for that cab and second 3 speakers only high frequency is coming out only one high and low frequency is coming out are the 3 blown in my experience when a speaker blows they just stop working

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Apr 14th, 2018 06:12 PM   Edit   Profile  

It's kinda hard to understand your question the way it's phrased but you must be sure that your cabinets ohm's are matched to the amps. 16 ohms to16 ohms for instance, if the the cab is wired 8 ohms and the amps is 16 ohms or visa versa or if even 1 of those speakers is dead, stop! If that head is putting out 120 watts at 8ohms you need 4 8ohm--30watt speakers wired together correctly there's a couple of things to check out for starters. Good luck!

(This message was last edited by scott-s at 01:21 AM, Apr 15th, 2018)

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Apr 15th, 2018 03:12 PM   Edit   Profile  

Scott is right - make sure to match the impedance to protect the amp!

I have had two DT412 cabs and I think they are great. Light, compact, and they have good speakers. Early ones had G12T-75s, and I think I've seen others with 100-watt speakers.

Sorry, I can't help with diagnosing the problem. We meet get need to see some pictures. The front of the can comes off (it's just held on with Velcro). Only if that doesn't help would we probably have to recommend a tech.

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