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You can use the MASS attenuator as a dummy load. Or, just run your amp right into the computer, and make sure you're videotaping :lol:
 

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Leon said:
You can use the MASS attenuator as a dummy load. Or, just run your amp right into the computer, and make sure you're videotaping :lol:
I actually did with my valveking for about five mins. Didnt hurt anything. I used the fx loop into the pc. I didnt do it long but it sounded crushing.
 

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FX loop in is fine, probably. All that is is a Preamp output... the issue there is the power transformer still isn't seeing a load, so you'd probably want to have your cab plugged in anyway.
 

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You should install some heat displacement fins and a little fan in there.

And some LED's :lol:
The resistors have some fins on them, and that white stuff is for heat dissipation as well. If I used it more often and found it getting too hot, I would be concerned and probably install a fan.

LED's eh? That would be kinda fun...hmm...is there an LED that works entirely on heat so that it would get brighter as the unit gets hotter? Maybe a steam powered LED? Yeeaahh...that's what it needs....steam powered LED's! :nuts:
 

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:lol:

You could probably get a thermometer circuit and use a vumeter to create an LED view on the top :)
 
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