#1
Ok, so in a few weeks I plan on getting the Carvin SBR410 halfstack. The only problem I have is that I can't tell how many watts it actually comes with. I know the head says it can do 600, but I don't think the actual halfstack pushes 600 does it? Also, would I have enough headroom to expand the cabinet with another 4x10 or not?

Thanks for your help.
Syris
#2
no, more like 260.
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#3
links are nice, makes me more inclined to help when I'm feeling lazy ^^

http://www.carvinguitars.com/bassamps/bassstacks.php

first result, second column has the wattage at each impedance level. Is that what you want?
#4
depends, is it peak wattage or RMS? anything quoted in peak (like behringer tend to do) is a lie, pretty much. Halve it to get RMS, that's what REAL manufacturers quote their power output in.
#5
The wattage is not necessarily important. Are you playing through a D I into a system, then the system will provide all the power you need. The more important thing to consider,is how the amp sounds.