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I just got a Mark III because the deal was too good to pass up. Can anyone tell me exactly what the red stripe means? Its a short chassis 60/100 watt simulclass. Also can I run the 8 ohm out into a 16 ohm cabinet? I haven't even gotten a chance to really play the thing yet..


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Don't advertise in your posts.

You can run a 8 ohm out into a 16 ohm cab.
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I just got a Mark III because the deal was too good to pass up. Can anyone tell me exactly what the red stripe means? Its a short chassis 60/100 watt simulclass. Also can I run the 8 ohm out into a 16 ohm cabinet? I haven't even gotten a chance to really play the thing yet..


The Strip thing is the same as the A,B and C versions of the Mark II and the A and B version of the Mark IV. simply it just shows which version of the Mark III you have. Difference between the versions is minor tweaks on the amp like the volume know respond better and doesn't jumps in volume and stuff like that. Also it means minor changes to the channels like better clean, smoother distortion and stuff like that. And yes you can run the head set on 8 ohm into a 16 ohm cab.

For more info read here:
http://homepage.mac.com/mesaboogie/dot.html

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