#1
Which weber attenuator would work best with the 120w 6505+?

I dont know if 150w would be enough, but the 200w isnt available yet.
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#2
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#3
I'm pretty sure the 150W would be fine.

I'm by no means an expert but atleast this gives it a bump.
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#5
Ok, it just I thought i saw something about the attenuator needing to be about twice as much as the amps wattage, maybe I misread it.
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Ok, it just I thought i saw something about the attenuator needing to be about twice as much as the amps wattage, maybe I misread it.


You're right about that. But, to be honest, I think the 150W attenuator should still do the job.

Then again, I'm no expert on this. So, wait and see if a more reliable source comes in to answer your question.
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#7
If it helps, I still wont be cranking it to like 9 and letting the attenuator take it all. Maybe like 4 or 5 so It doesnt lose too much tightness.
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#8
In that case, the 150W will do just fine.
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