#1
How much power input is too much for an amp to handle. Like two watts or something?
#2
well, as long as you don't go over that cabinet's max capacity
like keeping it at 8 it'll probably be ok, but i wouldn't really worry about two watts, I have my 130watt fender combo feeding a 120watt mesa, no problems.

EDIT: when i mean max capacity, i meant like, don't put your volume at 10, or that will screw it up, and even if it's like a 10 watt amp, 2 watts, will hurt it. And I got bad news, 2 watts will hurt 120 watt amp just as easily, so don't test it.
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#3
I was thinking about outputing a Micro cube into my bigger amp to basically use it as a pre amp. I'd have the vol about 10 o clock.
#4
I'm thinking that's a bad idea. I'd say it's not worth finding out, unless you've got the cash to buy two new amps.
#5
it would not work, unless you took it out from a line out, which i'm not sure the microcube has...and into the power amp of the other amp, it's just not feasible
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#6
You could use the Cube's line out but you'd have to bypass the other amps preamp - so you'd need an amp with an effects loop...if you plug it directly into the amps input you'll probably fry something. However, I don't think it'd sound particularly good anyway, and it'll look really spazzy.
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#8
Yeah, that's what I was thinking, and no, it doesn't have an effects loop (obviously, because I wouldn't be asking this question). Well thanks guys.