#1
So I'm about to purchase a used 6505 + and was wondering if it would be a bad idea to run through a 120 watt laney can. If need be, I can run it through a 240 watt Marshall, but if it won't have any adverse effects, Id like to run through the laney. It will be used for gigging, etc.
So basically, can I run this amp through a 120 watt cab?
#3
Personally, I like to be safe and have my cabs power handling much higher than the amps power rating.
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#4
Quote by Seanthesheep
you can, but cant crank the amp to full volume or you might kill the speakers :S


It'll kill you first. Power isn't either on or off, it goes up and down with the volume. You'll be fine, matching amp wattages to speaker wattages is by and large the dumbest possible way to pick a cab. If you're overloading your speakers you'll hear it and you'd have to be trying to do it.

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#6
Quote by Seanthesheep
you can, but cant crank the amp to full volume or you might kill the speakers :S go for a 240w cab if you can


then you cause mid-bomb damage!!!!!!

never run it at 100%!!

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