Carvin Audio Speaker Impedance Calculator App

Carvin Audio Speaker Impedance Calculator App

June 07, 2017 1 Comment

Carvin Audio offers a speaker impedance calculator application that calculates the total impedance of all cabinets in your load. So if you want to double check your math or just don’t want to do math, this handy app is a lifesaver! 

Click Here to download it from the App Store.

 



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Thomas Klein
Thomas Klein

August 19, 2017

I own a V3 micro 1/12 with a vintage 30 in it.I also have a extension cab with one 8 ohm speaker,do i leave it on 8 or 4 ohm when the extension is plugged in.

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