#1
Is it because the amp gets too hot and it will overheat (i imagine that is more of a tube amp problem) or does it damage the speakers?
#2
Well its common sense really, Tube amps can handle heat (Obviously) but SS amps are different. And the answer to this, Just dont leave it by a heat source! Problem prevented!
#4
Unless it sets on fire, or something melts, I can't see how it would. But it's easier to just leave it away from the heat source, rather than putting it next to a radiator just because you can.
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#6
Well I live in a dorm room and I have a B-52 AT212 and I don't really have anywhere else to put it but near a floorboard radiator that stretches across the entire room.
#7
Tube amps can get hot, it's not recommended to have them up against a wall soaking in it's own heat. You definitely don't want it on top of a radiator. As for the speakers, I'd imagine a lot of heat might shorten the life of the cone. But that's just speculation.
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