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What is the minimal attenuation value I can get with the Torpedo Reload?


Because of its electrical concept, the Torpedo Reload applies a minimal attenuation to the incoming power signal. That minimal attenuation is a function of the impedance you select at the input of the Reload and the impedance of the cabinet you plugin the Reload's Speaker Output.

This table covers the value of the minimal attenuation, depending of those parameters, for three different input levels. The "Max Output Power" is the power the Reload can deliver (with the Speaker potentiometer to its maximum before saturation), and "Min Attenuation" is the corresponding attenuation value.

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