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How do you know which tap goes to which ohm amount? I figure you can turn the know and look inside the switch to see which direction the connection is facing compared to the ohm amount on the impediance selector.

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lespaul6 wrote:
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Just in general when looking at the backside of a inpediance selector switch.

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mniel8195 wrote:
How do you know which tap goes to which ohm amount? I figure you can turn the know and look inside the switch to see which direction the connection is facing compared to the ohm amount on the impediance selector.



Yes In most cases you can look on the back of the impedance selector to see where the dial is contacted then take note of the ohms. And usually the NFB will be the lug where two wires are connected instead of one.

Sometimes its connected directly to the output jacks.


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