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  1. Lovely bass! Apart from the guard, is it all original?
  2. Wish I had this kinda cash. What would you trade?
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  5. I've been using a rock-wire cable, but its only 2.5mm.... I'll upgrade at some point
  6. Just plugged the SVT in for the first time. WOW. Cab works a charm, too. No distorting, but only got the volume to 9 O'clock so will see how it sounds at rehearsal tomorrow. Thanks for your help. Best birthday ever! I would obviously try the cab first! I'm usually a 15 inch cab guy - the 2x12 is like a middle ground to my ears, but only heard youtube demos.
  7. Thanks for the help man! This diagram correct? [url="http://s711.photobucket.com/user/tubetime86/media/parallel.jpg.html"]http://s711.photobuc...rallel.jpg.html[/url] Re. the 2x12 - it actually looks to be a perfect cab for my needs. Not a huge fan of the peavey's sound, but it has served me very well.
  8. [quote name='pete.young' timestamp='1482755906' post='3202525'] I would guess he is doing it because Ampeg don't recommend you use anything other than 4 or 2 ohm load and he doesn't want to buy another cab. [/quote] Correct. I'm saving for the 212AV though. Just need something for now. Will it lose power?
  9. [quote name='Phil Starr' timestamp='1482744437' post='3202429'] If you don't need the horn then you could just disconnect it and the crossover. [/quote] Sorry, forgot to mention - tweeter and crossover are disconnected. They sounded awful! Will the cab lose any power at 2Ohms? Is there a foolproof guide for how to do this?
  10. I have a Peavey 410TX cab that I would like to wire into parallel for use with an SVT-VR at 2Ohms. Will it work? Teach me your ways.
  11. [quote name='obbm' timestamp='1467228609' post='3082165'] The PA100 is a valve amp and uses a multi-tap transformer to match the output stage to the speaker load. It always gives the full output. [/quote] Cheers!!
  12. I have just bought a Selmer PA 100, not actually picked it up yet, but it has an Ohm Selector, and you can chose between [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]3.75 (4), 7.5 (8) and 15 (16) Ohm speakers. There is also a 100V option, but I don't know what that means.[/font][/color] I have a Peavey 410TX which is 8Ohm, does anyone know if the selector enables the amp to run at 100W with any selection? i.e, if I wire it through my cab, will it be running at 100W? I understand that most amps halve the wattage if they are 8Ohm but are being played through a 4Ohm cab, but does the Ohm selector change this?
  13. [quote name='bartelby' timestamp='1464175511' post='3057187'] I reckon you could squeeze one of these in there: [/quote] I saw this, anyone got one built they want to sell?
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