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GK problem

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Toolbf7001, Aug 13, 2012.

  1. Toolbf7001


    Aug 13, 2012
    I have a GK backline 600 head, 300 watts. A backline 1X15 BLX- II cab and a 2x10 cab with gold colored speakers. Not sure if my speakers are frying my head or if my 15 was blown. Does anyone know what wattage my speakers are? or need to be?

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  2. butchblack

    butchblack Life is short. Do good. Find and do what you love.

    Jan 25, 2007
    Waltham Massachusetts
    First check the ohm rating of the two cabs. Both should be 8 ohms. If one or both of them are 4 ohms you're frying your head. If both are 8 ohms you should be good the 115 is rated for 200W, if the 210 is rated for 200W or higher you're safe in that regards. If you use a lot of distortion on your bass that could negatively affect your speakers.
  3. will33


    May 22, 2006
    You didn't say what the problem is.

    Tried each cab individually?

    Tried different cables?

    Different amp?

    Different bass?

    Battery in an active bass?

    Any pedals in the chain?

    Good ol' process of elimination.

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