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Vibrolux + Extension question

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Bunky, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. Bunky

    Bunky Member

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    What wattage/ohm speaker could i use as an extension to my vibrolux? I'm a little electronically illiterate.
     
  2. Bob Arbogast

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    When you say Vibrolux, do you mean Vibrolux Reverb? If so, then for a single speaker you would probably want 8-Ohm impedance with a minimum power rating of 15W.

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  3. Bunky

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    Yes a Vibrolux Reverb. Thanks so much Bob.
     

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