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Basic safety rule is use a speaker/cab that has more ohms impedance than the output supplying it. There will be a little loss in volume, but nothing to worry about. If the house cab was 4ohms, and you used the 8ohms out from the amp, that wouldn't be a good scenario. Always worth checking what the actual impedance of someone else's cab is, before plugging in....


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With two independent inputs, you need a stereo 1/8" jack from phone, split into two 1/4" TS jacks, one wired tip to tip, other wired tip to sleeve of 1/8" jack. That splits the signal in two, one for each channel. It says XLR/TRS socket, which those sockets are designed for. They're great, but have many different wiring capabilities. Possibly they're wired ...


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Without an fx loop in your amp you cannot bypass the preamp and so the main input is the only place you can plug the pedal into. Having said that you can still use the amp models if you want to. If you set your amp to completely clean with a flat Eq, you could use the zoom like it is running into the Fx return. Otherwise you could just use the effects on the ...


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