#2
The B200 already has an 8-ohm load...if you add that, it'll be 2.67 ohms, which will kill your amp. You want an 8-om cab. And no, underpowering will not hurt it.

If you're going to add a 210, I'd use this one.
https://www.carvinguitars.com/products/single.php?product=BR210N-8

However, for $20 more, you could add a 410 and have a nice stack.
https://www.carvinguitars.com/products/single.php?product=BR410
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#4
No, it runs too 4 ohms, but remember you already have an 8 ohm speaker there. It will only run too 4 ohms. 8+8 in this case equals 4
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#6
get the 8 ohm version and you will be fine.

Also underpowering causing damage is a myth. what damages the speakers in this case is if you turn the amp up to 8-10. it causes a high end distortion that is bad for speakers. Tube amps don't have this problem of course but solid state aren't meant to be run all out.
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#8
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This isn't really your question, but think if adding a cabinet to get maybe 40 extra watts is worth it. It's a lot of extra hassle for little to no gain.


I think this is the biggest problem with acoustic, they seem to make good combos, but yet the main one that seems fesable to me is the 600 one. Getting a new cab for the sake of a few watts isnt that great.
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#10
It's not the watts that makes it that much louder, it's the added speaker area. It would be quite a bit louder.
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