I have a Peavey 6505+ 112 combo and a Randall RT50 combo and I've mixed up the power cables for the two amps... Maybe it doesn't matter but the Peavey is 60 watts and the Randall is 50 watts so I don't want to have any problems. I can't figure out which is which. If anyone has either of these amps and can look for any identifying marks (numbers, letters, etc) on their power cable to help me out, that would be amazing. Thank you
Last edited by lambertofgod at Dec 24, 2015,
It doesn't matter.
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The only ones that fit the sockets that you shouldn't use are the ones with the notch in. These are for kettles and other higher power devices and have a thicker cable and should have a bigger fuse.
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You could even use a power cable for a desktop PC. They're all the same.

That's what I use when I lose mine.
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The power output (50W, 100W) doesn't have much to do with the power cables.

If you got like a 1000+ watt PA system, it might make a difference.
But in that case, I'd be more worried about the house wiring.

But Robb probably knows more about that sort of thing than any of us.