#1
alright i was jamming with a mates band last night

i think i accidently bumped the speaker impedence switch

now is it 16 or 8 ohms?

because the vk speakers say that they are 16ohms

but because there is two does this mean it would be running at 8 ohms?

might sound like a rediculous question

but could someone help me?


also, while i was jamming i looked at the back of the amp, and one of the tubes looked like there was a flame flashing inside :S: lol

so any help with that would be greatly apreciated..




:P:
#2
The impedance switch only matters when you use external speakers.
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#5
You need to find out how the speakers are wired. Take a picture in the back if it's open back, so we can see the wires?

Actually no, I would assume 8 ohms. You can't get 16 ohms from a pair of 16s, so the choices are 8 or 32 really... 8 is sensible. Go for 8.

Oh and don't bump your thread so much.
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#6
Quote by MrCarrot
You need to find out how the speakers are wired. Take a picture in the back if it's open back, so we can see the wires?

Actually no, I would assume 8 ohms. You can't get 16 ohms from a pair of 16s, so the choices are 8 or 32 really... 8 is sensible. Go for 8.

Oh and don't bump your thread so much.



alright thanks heaps man,

sorry about the bumping-ness lol

any ideas on what the flashing flame/light in one of the power tubes would be>?
#7
you dont have to worry about the switch, its only for a external cab

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