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Peavey Session Bass and Traynor TC115

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by gachupin, Jul 21, 2012.


  1. Hello Everybody!

    I just god a Peavey Session Bass head and a Traynor TC115 cabinet to add to my current rig (2 more Peavey combos TKO 65 and TKO 115) but I noticed that the head has a side mounted fan which doesn't come on and was wondering if it would come on only whenever it overheats, as I am afraid to cause any damage to it, I may not like to drive it until it overheats of course. My second question would be if I should connect both of the amp outputs to both of the cabinet imputs in order to get the maximum performance from the amp (the cabinet is 8 ohms impedance with 2 input jacks and the amp is 4 ohms stable with 2 output jacks), thanks in advance !:hyper:
     
  2. LowEZ

    LowEZ Supporting Member

    Mar 29, 2011
    Central NJ
    I can't recall if the Sessionbass' fan was thermally controlled. I think it was but not 100% sure and Google was no help in confirming.

    As for your second question, don't do it. There's a potential of causing damage to the head and even if everything works as planned, it offers absolutely no benefit, it does not affect performance at all.
     
  3. So I won't use the second set of jacks and wait until I can afford a 4x10 to my rig and well hopefully someone will remember weather if the fan has a temperature sensor or I may consider it broken (it is off when I turn the amp on) and may have to search for a replacement fan:D.
     
  4. I can check next week if on all the time
     
  5. Yes, please.
     

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