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I want to add more speaker at my paspor fender 500

To do this I need extra amplificador oa just a need to connet some spekers at power amp insert located on the front panel?

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Run out of the stereo output jacks into a separate amplifier and speakers. The amplifier send jack only sends signal from the particular channel it is part of. In other words to get all the signals from all the channels you would need another mixer, amp and speakers. It is easier to use the stereo out which will give you all the signals. If you only use left out or right out make note of where your panpot is set for each channel.

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