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Peavey Bass amp 115

When we adjust the volume the protection goes for a second then the bass is back to normal unless we adjust the volume agian. Thanks!

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HI Subicbay,

ADjust your Gain setting to limit just enough so the amp does not go into Protect mode. Turn your Gain all the way down, then crank up the bass from your system. GRadually turn up the gain until you trip on protect. Turn the gain back a notch and your set for no more protect.

Posted on Nov 05, 2007

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