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    Hi
    There's a similar thread for an A-100. So Geo recommends to pull a certain tube. In my case there is line-out from the main- and the reverb speakers. I take this line-out to the combo-preamp input connected to a 330 ProLine Leslie.
    Pulling the tube also kills the line-out signal I assume. So which is the easiest way to silence the speakers but keep the line out signal (main and reverb)?
    Thank you, Martin
    Hammond A-100
    Crumar Mojo XT
    Leslies 46 W, 51, 330, 2 x 760

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    Originally posted by martin62 View Post
    Hi
    There's a similar thread for an A-100. So Geo recommends to pull a certain tube. In my case there is line-out from the main- and the reverb speakers. I take this line-out to the combo-preamp input connected to a 330 ProLine Leslie.
    Pulling the tube also kills the line-out signal I assume. So which is the easiest way to silence the speakers but keep the line out signal (main and reverb)?
    Thank you, Martin
    Replace the speakers with a dummy load (a power resistor - 10 ohms, 10 watts is fine)
    Current organs: AV, M-3, A-100
    Current Leslies: 22H, 122, 770

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