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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by pirateflynn, Jan 13, 2008.
What are the two 1/4'' plugs for, next to the speaker jack?
you mean you don't know how your own amp works?
I just received this amp and only plugged into it to make sure it was working properly. I assumed that the two extra jacks were speaker outs, but didn't test them or look into it further. Now, a bidder is asking about these jacks and I want to give him the best answer I can. I have already boxed up the amp for shipment after taking my pics. If I have to, I'll open it back up ..... but I'd rather not!
I would help you, but mine is different. Our speaker plugs are in the same jack which is approximately in the same location on the chassis, but mine has one extra jack right next to it.
Tell the bidder to come look at the CT22 reviews on TGP!
This probably doesn't help, but mine has two speaker outputs, which are in the same position as the two unidentified jacks on yours. It doesn't have a speaker output where your main one is.
Personally I think you should ask Tony Bruno - IMO it is unacceptable to have unlabelled jacks on an expensive amp like a Bruno.
Same as mine, and ONE of mine is labeled. 8 Ohms. My Cowtipper 35 has two, with a switch labeled 4 and 8 ohms.
Carefull, Ken Volpe explained me that those unlabelled/partially labelled outputs are a bit tricky to use : on mine (head version) it's only written '8ohms', but it's for the total charge of the output transformer. So if you use two cabs, they have to be 16ohms each. But yours has also the internal speaker... so it's a mess. Bruno amps are great but really lack of a manual (S/N, and tighter support by the way, they should take example on Peter Diezel...).
I would have definitely said effects loop