Sorry for the silly question but I seriously do not know. What is the purpose of the two jacks on the back of the cabinet? Does it matter which one is used if it is the only cabinet hooked to the amp?
Also, what eminence speaker in their current lineup would come close to matching the tone of this cabinet?
Without see the wiring inside the cab, I can only guess: Many multi-speaker cabs are wired so that if one output jack is used, the cab is wired in mono. Using both jacks splits the speakers into pairs measuring 1/2 the mono impedance each for stereo use. Another scenario may just have the speakers wired differently internally depending on which jack is used. You should connect the speaker cable to each jack, one at a time, and measure each one to see if there is a difference between the two.
Picking a matching speaker without hearing the original cab and the other speaker candidates would be impossible.
Thanks. I measured each jack seperately. Both measured 7.3 ohms. See the pic below. Looks like they are simply wired in series together. Any ideas?
Also, concerning the speaker question, I understand that my existing speakers are Eminence speakers manufactured in 87. I had assumed that in the current lineup of Eminence speakers (speakers sold today) there would be one similar to these speakers as far as tonality.
Perhaps not, or perhaps I'm not asking the question clearly??