#3
You can run a 240 watt head to the cab if wanted, so 100 watt can be all the way up and never blow the speakers. Its a good thing its rated higher.
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You can run a 240 watt head to the cab if wanted, so 100 watt can be all the way up and never blow the speakers. Its a good thing its rated higher.

WEll, actually, I think it's so much higher so it can handle the amp when you crank it
#7
RMS is constant power, Peak is... well peak. As long as the RMS of the cab is more than the head your OK...pretty intuitive stuff.
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#8
Yep. My Roost head is 150w and the cab is 4 x 200w (=800w) and it sounds delicious. I once cranked it up to 2 but the lights fell off the wall. Some Celestion speakers are called 30 but rated at 60w each so giving you the 240w handling in a 4 x 12.
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