#1
ok so would it be alright if i used an 8 ohm cab with a 16 ohm head?

a peavey classic 30 by the way.
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#2
I wouldn't recommend it. Good chance of ****ing your stuff up. You should really buy a 16 ohm cab. The peavey classic 30 doesnt have switchable impedance? odd..


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#3
^ thats what I thought, its really annoying its not switchable, ****, i dont wanna go through the whole process of getting a new cab...
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#5
oh, ok. so who which one of you guys is right?
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#6
they are both right, but if you "have" to mismatch, it's generally safer for your OT to use a higher impedance cab than the head is expecting. It won't be pushing more current than it was designed for that way.
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