Jack Plate - Marshall, Switchable Stereo / Mono
Switchable stereo/mono jack plate for back of cabinets.
|Interior Length||3.58 in.|
|Interior Width||2.90 in.|
|Item Length||4.75 in.|
|Item Width||3.50 in.|
|Mounting Hole Center to Center A||4.09 in.|
|Mounting Hole Center to Center B||2.90 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||4.8 in. × 3.6 in. × 2.6 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.237 lbs.|
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1 answers Ok so if I have a 4-12 marshall cabinet with all 16 ohm speakers and I use this plate and wiring harness what ohms would each side of the cabinet end up?
1 answers Does this come with wiring instructions?
1 answers do all measurements align w/marshall 1960a stereo/mono switchable plate? is there a drop in replacement metal (mono) available?
Asked by Anonymous on December 5th, 2015.
This is the genuine Marshall product designed for use in their cabinets. I would suggest using the measurements provided on this page to compare them to your existing plate for compatibility.In terms of genuine Marshall products the standard Mono plate part number would be S-H801 though this is not metal.
1 answers I have a Marshall AVT 412A speaker cab. Can I make this stereo?
1 answers could I wire 2 x 4ohm speakers to stereo at a 4ohm load per speaker and then have the mono chanel have an 8ohm load wired in a series?
1 answers Will this fit a 1936 2x12 cab?
1 answers Using a 16-ohm cabinet rated at 100 watts, if I use this jack and wire it according to instructions provided (16-ohm Stereo), how is the power split between left and right channels with the original 16-ohm, 25-watt speakers?
1 answers If I use this with a 2x12 cabinet with two 8 ohm speakers, I should end up with either 4 or 16 ohm mono or switched to 2 x 8ohm stereo, correct?
1 answers How would i wire a 6x12 to this?
1 answers Used this with 2 8ohms speakers what is the mono ohmage?
1 answers Will this work on a JCM 900 Lead 1960?
1 answers Does this come with mounting screws?
1 answers Can I use this jack plate in my 4x12 1960av?
1 answers Hey, I have a 4x12 orange crunch marshall slant face speaker box and broke the Jack plate. My original plate has 280/W rms. The replacement has 300/rms. Will this make a difference if I replace it with the 300 rms plate?
Asked by Anonymous on May 16th, 2020.
This just connects to the speakers. Marshall 412 cabinets often use 75W speakers so the 4 add up to 300W. Your speakers must be 70W making it a total of 280W. As long as you are not exceeding the rating of your speakers then you should be good.
1 answers Does this come with the cables or is this just the back plate?
0 answers I got a Carvin cabinet with 4X12 Celestion Creamback 75watts 16 ohm .I want to adapt this Marshall jack plate to get in the stereo mode 8 ohm in the left jack and 8 ohm in right jack . I see the there two pairs of red wire and black .Do I have to connect one side of the red ( +) black ( - ) cables with a pair of my Celestion wrired in parralel and the same goes to the other side., to get the 8 ohm impedance in both channels.