#4
Well you don't need to worry about whether a head can handle the cabs it's whether the cabs can handle the head. The cab was rated at 200 watts so you can't get a head with anything rated over that. It's rated at 400 wats peak so you could probably get away with 200 watt head but if you went much over that a spike might burn your speaker. So the second one is where you would want to go probably.(of porkies) If your want something louder get another cab and a louder head. I think that's right anyway.
#6
^^ That's true, you don't want to overpower the cabs because you can blow the speakers.

It can also be pretty bad if you underpower the speakers grossly. The speakers won't get the power they need, and will still "expect" it. If you drive your small head into distortion you can damage the speakers even faster.
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#8
^ If the impedances match it should be fine. As long as you don't drive the head into distortion (don't crank it all the way if it strat distorting...) since you've got 300w going into 600w worth of cab.
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#9
Quote by TGM
^ If the impedances match it should be fine. As long as you don't drive the head into distortion (don't crank it all the way if it strat distorting...) since you've got 300w going into 600w worth of cab.



what ? lol
#10
^If you don't even know the basics of how stacks work, maybe you shouldn't be buying a cab right now. I'd suggest doing some homework on all this, then you can use the forum along with your own knowledge to decide whats best for you.
#11
Go to www.tunemybass.com

Read all the stuff about amps, it's basic, but it's a good intro.
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