#1
i recently purchased a peavey 6505 head (120w tube) would a randall cab made to handle 200 watts be able to handle the wattage from the head?
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#3
ok, i thought that since tube power is more power, the cab might not be able to handle it.
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#4
Quote by Metallica_361
ok, i thought that since tube power is more power, the cab might not be able to handle it.

tube power is not more power
#6
Quote by WowImNoGood
Tube power isnt more electrical power but its louder.... amirite?

Its not louder.

It seems louder, but it isnt.
#8
Quote by call1800ksmyazz
It sounds louder to the human ear. There are no specific cabs for tube or non tube so it should be fine.

what about to a dogs ear?
#9
Quote by jnl
what about to a dogs ear?

you brought up a 5 day old post for that???


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