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hartke b30

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by leosep, Oct 31, 2013.

  1. leosep

    leosep

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    Hi all how are you. I hope u are fine.
    Just a quick question. The driver of my hartke b30 is damaged and i have another one of the same size but is 200 watts and 4 ohms. The original driver is 30 watts and 8 ohms. Will the driver with 4 ohms hurt the amp? Will the output of the amp be like 60 watts instead of 30 watts because of the new driver 4 ohms?
  2. JimmyM

    JimmyM Supporting Member

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    Looking at the manual, apparently it's OK to run at 4 ohms, but you better make sure it'll run at 4 ohms for sure before you make the switch. Unless someone on here gives you a definitive answer, you should call Hartke CS tomorrow and ask.
  3. leosep

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    Hey thanks for response...Has anyone owned this amp and changed the driver?

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