#2
The Ashdown has a "Speaker Output minimum impedance of 4 ohms," and the Hartke has an impedance of 8 ohms, so I believe that it will work... unless I'm interpreting that stat on the Ashdown incorrectly.
#3
yh i thought that too i was just wondering wether the fact its 150w max or summin wether id be straining it more than the 4 10s ?
#4
Quote by Decdec
yh i thought that too i was just wondering wether the fact its 150w max or summin wether id be straining it more than the 4 10s ?


No. The amp head in your combo will just pump its 307W into the 410 and 1x15, but since the combined wattage handling will be about 450W, you just won't maximize the cabs. This is good, because with just the 4x10, you can't turn it up too loud without it clipping and all that, but with higher headroom, you'll be able to turn it up higher.

However, the most power you'll put out anyway is 307W max. The head can't generate extra power on its own.
#5
yh i know sounds gd then i wouldn't have to worry about blowing the cabs at all

thx