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Post subject: Re: Temporarily locking the bias screw in place
Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 6:32 am
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johne1 wrote:
I'm thinking of adding the Super Champ extension cabinet and a Radial Engineering Cab-Link unit to run both the internal 10" speaker and the external 12" cab. Combined it'll be running at 16 ohms, so, not sure what to expect but willing to find out.
That should give you more headroom.
I've got the SCx2 head, and just switching between the 1x12" and 2x12" cabinets makes a big difference in the room.

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Post subject: Re: Temporarily locking the bias screw in place
Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 8:16 am
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Thanks for the feedback on the extension speaker cabs!


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Post subject: Re: Temporarily locking the bias screw in place
Posted: Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:39 pm
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I realize this is a very old thread, but thought I might comment. I work with medical equipment and we use a red varnish (also known as glyptol) to secure the potentiometers when we calibrate medical devices. It helps to hold the adjustment pot, but not so securely that the adjustment cannot be changed later.


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Post subject: Re: Temporarily locking the bias screw in place
Posted: Mon Jun 17, 2019 3:22 am
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aurwin wrote:
I realize this is a very old thread, but thought I might comment. I work with medical equipment and we use a red varnish (also known as glyptol) to secure the potentiometers when we calibrate medical devices. It helps to hold the adjustment pot, but not so securely that the adjustment cannot be changed later.


Nice. Loctite (blue, only- red is a permanent set, but blue can be manipulated later) works too.


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