Hello everyone! Right now, I have a Vox cab and an Orange cab, both are 16 ohms, and they are both plugged into their matched impedance outputs. Although my Vox houses a celestion g12m which is of lower efficiency than the v30 in my orange cab, my Vox is an open back cab and sitting on top of my orange cab. This makes it seem like my vox cab is louder than my orange. I also have to put my vox cab above my orange as the vox is considerably smaller. Sonically, I desire my orange cab to be louder than my vox cab. My amp is an Orange OR15 and its 3 available output jacks are as follows: Connect 1 x 16ohm cabinet to the 16ohm speaker output jack socket. Connect 1 x 8ohm cabinet to either of the 8ohm speaker output jack socket. Connect 2 x 16ohm cabinets to both of the 8ohm speaker output jack sockets. Would it be a good idea to plug my orange cab into the 16 ohm output, and my vox cab into the 8 ohm output? This means that the orange cab would be correctly matched and the vox cab would be 'wrongly matched'. Would this lower the volume of my vox cab? And would it also affect the tone? Feedback is very much appreciated Thank you!