I have the line out from from my Univalve going into a TC effects unit and then to a Samson 120a solid state power amp. This has stereo out-puts with each output rated at 4ohm minimum each. I believe that with a solid state amp it is perfectly safe to connect higher impedance speakers. I have an 8ohm THD cab and would like to connect this to both of the Samson outputs at the same time - the outputs are binding posts so it should (I believe) just be a matter of conecting the cab speaker cable to one pair of posts and jump a short patch of speaker cable to the other pair of posts ( I use George L cable). Is this perfectly OK? I am assuming that each of the Samson outputs will "see" an 8ohm load and that will be fine but just wanted to check there isn't somthing else going on as a result of using the same 8ohm cab for both speaker channel outputs rather than a separate 8ohm cab connected to each channel. The reason I want to do this is so that I can run the output from a looper (Boss RC50) into the second input on the Samson (the Univalve via TC going into the other) so that the Samson effectively mixes the looper signal with the "direct" signal from the Univalve. I will have a Lehle A/B switcher between the TC and Samson/looper so I can send the effected signal either to he Samson via the looper or straight to the Samson bypassing the looper. In this way I will be able to record a loop but can then bypass the looper when not recording so it doesn't mess with the main guitar signal played over the loop. Gave me a headache dreaming this up so I hope it will work OK.