No longer for sale. Turns out these are from 1999, before production moved to China, so I'm going to hang onto them for now. Especially at this price. :D
FS: pair of V30s, 16 ohms. In good condition; used but not abused. I bought them off another RTer years ago.
Cones are stamped 444...
I read often one wants 1000ohm or something like that for recording proper signal.
But on Radial I read this about the J48 (which I have two of)
"My guitar amplifier has an input impedance of 1-Mohm. The J48 has an input impedance of 220-kohm. Why would they be any difference?
Traditionally a 1...
Is this the right saying?
"If your cab has a higher rating than what your head is set to, you're okay.
It's when your cab has a lower rating than your head is set to which means you'll blow your OT."
Also, here's an easy formula to remember if you are connecting more than one cab:
Ok mens, i have 2 cabs. I have a head that will mono bridge, which means i can only hook one cab up. What if i hook one cable from the head to the cab, then one cable from the cab to the other cab. will this work? i don't understand what this does to the ohm ratings. throw me a fricken bone
OK, so, I'm using a V2/Mode Four rig, but it's a pain in the ass to get to our practice space, which is furnished, with, among others, Marshall 1960A's. Now, as I'm sure many are aware, the Randall is rated at the following:
400 watts @ 2 ohms
400 watts @ 4 ohms
280 watts @ 8 ohms
Hey everyone, wondering if you could help me out with this. I'm getting a new amp in a few weeks, a traynor ycs100h, and i was wondering if the ohms for the amp have to be the same as the cabinet. For example, the traynor has a 2 ohm channel and a 4 ohm channel, and the cabinet i want to get...