For a few weeks now I've been the very happy owner of a used peavey t-max head and 410tvx cab (8 ohms, so the amp isn't putting out its full 500 watts but I'm still able to get more than enough volume with ample headroom). My question has to do with the LED indicator that flashes red when the DDT speaker protection is activated. Is it unusual for this LED to stay red all the time when you're playing? I'm not sure if you're supposed to adjust your gain levels to keep it green most of the time and only occasionally red, but at those levels I can't hear myself over my guitarist and drummer (perhaps this has something to do with my 8-ohm cab). Is it okay that it stays red most of the time, or am I somehow doing damage to my amp this way? I know the main concern is for my speakers, and they seem to be holding out okay (again, 8 ohms of resistance, and the cab has an RMS rating of 350 watts which is more than what it's getting). I'm guessing the amp will probably be fine, but I just figured I'd ask and be safe rather than sorry.