So I have a Splawn cabinet that is 16 ohms. I also have an ENGL Vintage cab that is 8 Ohms. Combining these two appearantly will cause some interesting tonal issues since the ENGL will be forced to push more air that it may not be ready to handle. Personally I haven't tried this yet, it was what Scott told me at Splawn I would like to convert the Splawn to 8 Ohms, but that will take some speaker swapping and cost some money. And unfortunately 16 Ohm speakers are harder to sell than 8 Ohm speakers. But I was searching around and found this: https://weberspeakerscom.secure.powweb.com/store/zmatch.htm From what I can gather, that is only a switchable array of resistors. But I can probably get two 8Ohm 50 Watt resistors and wire them up to make the cab 8 Ohm. Will that work? Will it have any effect on tone? If so what kind? Will it hurt my transformers, speakers, etc?