#1
So I got an electar tube 30, and I want to change the speaker. However It dosen't say the impedance of the speaker. The amp is 25 watt class a tube. Does anyone know how to find it or does anyone already know it? Also any suggestions for a speaker , 10-12 inch , for metal thats under 100 bucks?
#2
If you see a little omega symbol on the back (Ω, that's impedance (or total resistance.) It's measured in ohm's, and it should be 4 or 8 or somethin'.
#3
^^ Yeah theres only voltage, hz, watts, and amps. What if i remove the speaker itself and take a look would it be on the inside of it or anything?
#4
Quote by JoePerry4life
^^ Yeah theres only voltage, hz, watts, and amps. What if i remove the speaker itself and take a look would it be on the inside of it or anything?

Could be... I tried looking the resistance up on Google and couldn't find it. I think it might be 8, but that's just a hunch.

Someone else might know. It's a little dead on the forum right now though.
#10
That would probably be the best idea, thanks Invader Jim.
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