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Whats the ohms of the individual speakers in a markbass standard 104hr 8ohm cab?

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The Ohms for individual speakers is measuring the impedence of that speaker and NOT the pure resistance. Speakers are usually 4hom or 8 ohm impedence, but you can get outside those figures occassionally. When you talk of "Cab" are you talking of a "Speaker Cabinet"? What is it you're trying to achieve? Connecting the wrong impedence speaker to a device can do damage to that device or sometimes even to the speaker itself. May I suggest you say something like "I want to connect the speakers from my [Brand Name and Model] stereo sytem to my [Brand Name and Model] Ipod thingy." If this is the case, then you might do some damage to your equipment.

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