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8 Ohm 100W Non-Inductive Dummy Load Resistor
I'd like to use these with a SS amp reated at 75W 8H in conjunction with an attenuator that only gives a nominal (64 ohms) load. With the attenuator only attached the amp shuts down into protection mode Are these appropriate to leave attached full time?
If I run two of these babies in series with a 120 watt 16 ohm vacuum tube load will it help dissipate the heat better? Mostly I just want to have ample headroom.
At 16 ohm the load will be less and you'll have twice the heat dissipation surface.
Date published: 2015-05-11
can I run this for a live application what I want to do is run 2 8ohm cabs and have 2 of the 8 ohm dummy loads to give me the 2 ohm load for that chl on my pwr amp, do these work for that
that would not get you any more output. A dummy load will just take the extra power and waste it as heat. The amp will be working twice as hard, but you will still get the same sound output from the speakers.
Date published: 2015-04-07
Can I get 2 of these and wire them like I would speakers to get a 4 ohm load?
I just noticed that you have 4 ohm load resistors on your site so question answered!
Date published: 2015-04-02
To be clear, this allows a tube amp to be operated without speakers present, with the dummy load's two leads wired to the amp's speaker posts in place of those speakers. Correct?
It may not be safe with all tube amplifier output transformers but for the most part, yes, that would be the idea.
Date published: 2015-04-17
How do I hook these up? Is there a schematic of this item? Thanks.
These are Dummy loads meant to connect across an amplifier to simulate a load. No polarity is observed.
Date published: 2015-01-26