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 Post subject: Studio and bass amps
PostPosted: Wed, Oct 11, 2017 5:41pm 
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How much wattage can the studio handle safely when using a bass amp with it? I will be getting a variable wattage solid state bass amp switchable between 500 watts at 8 ohm or 900 watts at 4 ohm.

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 Post subject: Re: Studio and bass amps
PostPosted: Sun, Oct 15, 2017 4:44pm 
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Hi,

the max RMS power we recommend is 150W RMS, but if you run your amps reasonably that should work. Especially if we talk about a solid state amplifier, pushing is too hard shouldn't be a good idea anyway.

If you wish to push a 300W+tube Ampeg to the max, forget it. ;)

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