#3
In that case, it sounds better when it's off.
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#5
I only heard a slight difference between them on my 900, at wall shaking volume, so I left it on 100 watts.
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#6
That was my real answer.

But if you insist on me posting something more helpful to your own situation, the 50W setting should sound a bit smoother than the 100W, which should have a touch more bass and be a little more articulate, but at the expense of warmth.

That is, if you're using any power tube distortion and not diming the preamp.
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#7
it's all up to you which sounds better, personally I'd go with the 50watt as it isn't as mind numbingly loud(tinnitus is a bitch...)
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#8
I can assure you, 50W is still mind-numbingly loud.

In fact, it's only 3dB of difference between 50W dimed and 100W dimed.
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#9
I have a vpr (virtual power reduction) switch on my tsl and I think the amp sounds exponentially better when the vpr is not engaged.
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