Realistic MPA-95 PA AmpThe back of this Pa has 2 ohm, 4 ohm, 8 ohm and 16 ohm plus a Common. When hooking up two 15 " 8 ohm speakers to this amp, do you go one lead to 8 and common or one lead to 4 ohm and the other to common with both speakers wires twisted together?
I'm not familiar with this amp. Obviously it doesn't produce stereo output. However, a little speaker info. In order for speakers to be in phase, they need to be connected to the same ohm output as well as the same negative and positive wires. So I would suggest connecting both to the 8 ohm output and the common, or ground. Positive to 8 ohm, negative to common.
Thanks, that is what I suspected. It is a mono amp, 100 watts, and is intended to be a PA amp with 4 mic inputs and an Aux. The weird thing is, it does not have where you can plug in a typical 1/4 in plug like most PA amps. It has a master volume controil along with individual volume knobs for each mic input. The speakers I am usng are Realistic speakers also from Radio Shack. They have a horn and a 15" speaker and are rated at 100 watts each. Nothing fancy but should work for the drum machine my duo wants to use them for.
Yeah, that should be sufficient for a drum machine.
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