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Tip: Heat vent

By john.lutherborrow on 03/26/2014 - (Anyone)
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Marshall JTM612 [1995-1997]
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Marshall JTM612 [1995-1997]

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Marshall belonging to the JTM60 series.

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Adding a heat vent to the top of the cabinet, behind the handle, helps prevent overheating which is a known problem!

Great sounding amp with a special clean/crunch sound as well! 

  • waagner 2 posts
    waagner
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    Posted on 08/13/2016 at 13:14:57
    In a closed cabinet will it not affect sound. Airpressure behind speaker will decrease, will it not affect speaker movement?

    TC, DK
  • angelie 350 posts
    angelie
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    Posted on 08/14/2016 at 08:44:19
    Normally the amp has it's own space in the cabinet.. So you will not add an unwanted air vent in your cabinet but only a cooling vent.

    Amplifiers are never build directly in a speaker cabinet. :-D

    Edit : unless they are very cheap....

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