#1
im buying a Marshall Jcm DSL

however, the seller says the ohms cant be measured because its a hybrid [tube/SS] amp. how do i make sure its alright for the cab im buying?

sorry if i contradict myself or if i sound noobish. i know nothing about amps really.
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#2
1- The DSL isnt a hybrid.
2- The seller is talking out his arse.
3- You dont need to measure ohms on a head, just make sure the output impedance matches the cab.
#4
Quote by littlephil
1- The DSL isnt a hybrid.
2- The seller is talking out his arse.
3- You dont need to measure ohms on a head, just make sure the output impedance matches the cab.

explain the output impedance thing. or give me a link to a site that will

ill be sure to ask about the whole "hybrid" deal.
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#5
The head has 3 output jacks for 4, 8 and 16 ohm cabs. Just plug your cab into the matching jack.
#6
Google: Marshal DSL TSL specifications.
Find the ohms output level then find a matching cab.
#7
Quote by littlephil
The head has 3 output jacks for 4, 8 and 16 ohm cabs. Just plug your cab into the matching jack.

ok cool. thats really useful actually

thanks
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