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What ohm selection and which input do i use on peavey valveking head/ca

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That depends on your cabinet(s). if you have an 8 ohm cabinet you want to use your 8 ohm out. if its a 16 ohm cabinet you want the 16 ohm out.. etc.. etc. etc.. owners manuals will tell you these specs

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