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Old 3rd August 2011, 12:51 PM   #11
Ian444 is offline Ian444  Australia
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To the OP tbobbyt, I would get the 8 ohm output trannies, and run your 4 ohm speakers at first for the short term, just don't crank it up too hard, and keep an eye on the tubes if you do. More than likely it will be fine for the short term, and sound decent too. I understand you eventually want to get some 8 ohm speakers, if this is the case, don't stress, the amp can run 4 ohm speakers in the meantime.
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