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Old 08-08-2009, 10:38 AM
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Default Re: New and waiting for BTA6250D

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Originally Posted by JalensDAD View Post
this is SAD!!!

I havent even received my 8250D yet and already thinking about adding another tube.

So just so Im understanding this CORRECTLY, I can add another tube (passsive 8') to my 8250D without needing more power? The 8250D will/can handle this it just needs to be connected?

Also which tube will I need (8014/8018/8024) I dont know or cant tell the difference between 4ohm, 4ohm dual or 8ohm.

Yes, that is correct. The 250D allows the user to add a slave unit (unpowered matching Tube). The 250D has High Level Outputs (Brown +/Yellow -) that simply connects to the slave unit. The Slave Units are specific to the 250D line. Call 1-800-THE-TUBE on Monday to check availability.
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