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RE: hot amp switch box

I appreciate the effort, but I tried just adding a 10 ohm/30 watt resistor to each set of speaker terminals on the 6bq5 amp and played it that way for an hour or so. Did not notice any major difference in the sound from without the resistor.
Going to have to put the amps side by side with the resistors mounted and then use a regular switch unit between them to go back and forth. Just too much trouble to route all the wires that would be needed to go to a switch from the equipment rack.
I'll do a follow up post when I get everything hooked up and working.

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  • RE: hot amp switch box - vinnie2 14:10:55 06/07/17 (0)


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