mijknahs wrote:I've always played the MosValve (and other power amps with presence control) with the presence totally OFF. The added presence sounds artificial (too bright) to me.
Pete B. wrote:Oh yeah, one other thing with the Moss... Is there an easy way to re-tension the internal 1/4" jack tip-connector-thingie without opening up the chassis?
The Channel A and B 1/4" inputs slide right in and are like barely making connection.
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:Fortunately, solid state amps like the MC250 don't care at all if there's no load. Zero risk there. It's only with tube power amps that we run the risk when there's no speaker load. What happens with a tube amp is that having NO speaker load is basically showing a VERY VERY VERY high impedance load since air is a very high value resistor. The output transformer can then become unstable and oscillate at inaudibly high frequencies and at extremely high power levels to the point of actually burning out the transformer. So anyway, for tube amps, never run them unloaded. With transistor amps, it just doesnt matter at all.
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