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Run (4) monitors with double female adaptor?

With just one output for monitors, I can only run (2) monitors from this head. How about a double female adaptor off that jack to run (4) 8-0hm monitors?

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If you connect the 4 monitors in a cross arrangement ie wire 2 monitors in series with each other and then do the same with the other pair. Effectivley you will then have 2 monitor sets e3ach measuring 16 Ohms each. Then wire the 2 sets in parallel to bring back the overall impeadance to 8 ohms. See the diagram below.

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