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I used to run a compact under a super 12 for sh**s and giggles.. However even when I added locking clasps to hold them together, it never felt stable enough to gig in a carefree manner :-)

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[quote name='markstuk' timestamp='1507123944' post='3383474']
... to gig in a carefree manner :-)
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A valid concern. Alex, is there anything you can do to make the cabs a bit heavier please?!

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[quote name='Jus Lukin' timestamp='1507124305' post='3383478']
A valid concern. Alex, is there anything you can do to make the cabs a bit heavier please?!
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Yes, we put feet on the side as well as the base. If you're stacking more than two, or you're on board a ship, stack them on their side. The sideways orientation will activate the HyperGravity module, preventing wobbles.

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Right, back to being serious...

As an additional thought, when using both cabs full-range I will probably be running one from each side of the power amp, so will be able to balance the volume to taste, and may even end up using the top cab more for monitoring than anything, depending how it pans out. However, if I were to run both cabs from one side of the power amp (at 2.6 Ohms) will the 3db difference in sensitivity between the cabs have any appreciable effect on how the sound is perceived, both up close and in the room?

Thanks again, Andy

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