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Offline Pipes_Seven

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« on: November 01, 2004, 05:26:57 PM »
Hey all.
I have the WT-800 and love the tone. Right now I'm running through a Peavy 4-10 and it's killing my tone. Now as far as the cabs go what would be my best bet the xst or the xlt. IF i get the xlt rated for 700 watts @8ohms will that handle the WT-800 in bridged or should I spend the extra cash on the xst. I just don't want to run the risk of blowing the cab. I'm a starving music student so I'd like to not have to replace a blown xlt if I cheap out and not get the xst. On the other hand if I don't need to spend the cash I'd rather not. HELP ALL. Thanks
 

Offline Munjibunga

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« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2004, 08:16:49 PM »
Hey Pipes ~

I run my WT-800 bridged into my D-410XLT all the time. It's a perfect match. A little extra headroom isn't going to hurt you, since the 410XLT is probably able to handle at least 1200 watts peak. Just don't play at full volume on your B string a whole bunch. You'll be fine.

~ Munji
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