#1
whats the difference between class a and class a/b, and how does it affect the sound? the amp i'm looking at has texture control class a a/b, but it also says low power by a and hi power by a/b. what does that mean?
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#2
it means that you have to use the search bar, sorry, but there has been 2 threads on this in the last week and maybe even more.

Class A - Low power, max efficiency, excellent signal reproduction
Class A/B - High power, good efficiency, very good signal reproduction
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#3
Quote by jhjps
whats the difference between class a and class a/b, and how does it affect the sound? the amp i'm looking at has texture control class a a/b, but it also says low power by a and hi power by a/b. what does that mean?

It sounds like a Valveking. Download a user's manual from the Peavey website (PDF.) Might get some additional info.