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Eden WT-600 into Eden 4ohm 210XLT?

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by mistergyro, Nov 30, 2012.


  1. mistergyro

    mistergyro

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    Hello.

    I just received this wonderful amp from a fellow tber and I'm curious as what is the best way to run this.

    I have 1 4ohm 210XLT.

    If I run in bridged mono won't I be sending 600 watts to a speaker that can only handle 350 watts? Or should I just use one side of the amp so it delivers 300 watts to the 210?

    I'm a guitar player converting to bass playing and all this stuff has gone over my head. I appreciate any insight anyone can give.
     
  2. CL400Peavey

    CL400Peavey Supporting Member

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    Use one side with that cab, you will have enough power to drive it to its limits.
     
  3. BassmanPaul

    BassmanPaul Gold Supporting Member

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    Agreed. You may want to consider getting a second identical cab. IMO a single 2x10 is insufficient to gig with.
     
  4. bobcruz

    bobcruz

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    Bridge your WT600 into a 4 ohm load and you'll release the amp's magic smoke....please read the manual regarding the minimum ohm load for bridging.
     
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  6. JTE

    JTE Supporting Member

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    Yep, a WT-600 bridges into an 8Ω load only. If you want to run a 4Ω box, you need to only use one side (and get 300 WRMS).

    John
     
  7. johnpbass

    johnpbass

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    +1 with everyone so far.
    Those are great amps!
    Another second cab option, rather than getting a second 210XLT, is to get a 210XST. The XLT/XST cab combination works really nicely IMO! A lot of folks have used that setup with great results.
     
  8. mistergyro

    mistergyro

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    thanks for the feedback!
     

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