#1
removing my avt 275 chassis and connecting a head?

what do i need to know, like what sort of wattage will be compatible with the existing speaker and resistance of connecting the speakers.

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#2
your manual will should list ur combos ohms.

you watts should be well handled. u're looking at a smaller watt tube head?

disconnect the wires from the chassis.
use heavy speaker wire. connect them to a 1/4" jack on one end, to the speakers on the other. leave the combo unplugged to use the speakers.

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#3
^at least get both wires tied together jen.

i have mine tied with wire ties.
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#4
haha, screw that man, i like to be free.
Jenneh

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