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Looking for a schmatic for the 410 tvx 4 ohm and the 410 tvx 8ohm cabinets

Looking for a schmatic for the 410 tvx 4 ohm and the 410 tvx 8ohm cabinets to see if i can convert the 410 4ohm to a 8 ohm cabinet. I don't cnow what ohm the individual speakers are rated at.

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Most amps will only allow a MINIMUM of 4 ohms connected per output. Putting a 4 ihm and an 8 ohm in parallel results in 2.66 ohms which MIGHT blow your amp.

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Go to www.peavey.com/asstes/literature/specs/005584220_3.pdf. Apparently the 410 TVX can be used in 4ohm or ohm configurations just don't drop below 4 ohms and make sure your amp has the minimum required impedence. Hope this helps.

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