#1
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Peavey-Tour-450-Bass-Head-480314-i1171842.gc

It needs a 4 OHMS minimum load.

It's a 450 watt head and the cabinets I will be using are

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Acoustic-B410-400w-4x10-Bass-Cabinet-104813845-i1400061.gc

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Acoustic-B115-250w-1x15-Bass-Cabinet-104813878-i1400062.gc

the 4x10" has a 400 Watt rating, and the 1x15" has a 250 watt rating.

their both 8 ohms cabinets which when put together will be a 4 ohms load that the head will need. But will the cabinets be able to handle the head? or will I need to upgrade the cabinets to ones that can handle the 450 watt load?
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#2
That should be fine. Run it at low volume til you're sure though. I'm running two 350w cabs at 500w, and they're ok still. I'm getting new ones, mind.

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#3
Yes they will be perfectly fine and youll have no trouble.
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#4
Yes, the head gives 450w total to 650w combined for the cabinets. It's not that the head gives 450w to both cabinets seperately. You won't blow your cabinets with this setting.
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#5
Excellent. I was just curious. I won't be switching set ups for quite a while, and by that time, I might be due to upgrade my cabinets too which in that case I'll be getting some super nice Peaveys.
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#6
If it's 450 watts at a 4ohm load, the 450 watts will be shared between each cab, so each cab should be getting 225w or under. They'll be perfectly fine.

A little of topic, but what are your thoughts on the Tour450? I've been really interested in one, and haven't had a chance to try one out lately.
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#7
I've played it at GC like a thousand times and I love it to death, it's just out of my price range right now. I run it through the Peavey 115 and 410 cabinets, and I really think its a killer set up. Super low, super punchy, and doesn't mud out your super lows. I tune my 6 string to GDGCF[Bflat] and that low G is clear, and it doesn't give out on the highs. That's what I'm getting for my next step up head.
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#8
Ok, thanks for the info. I'll be sure to check it out asap.
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#9
Your quite welcome.
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Gear:
ESP B-206SM
Behringer BRX1800H
Acoustic B115
Asher Custom 2x10