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The false load plug is pretty much looks like a 1/4" to whatever adapter, so nothing real fancy looking.  Course if it serves its purpose, it doesn't need to be a looker.  Aside from when I was initially getting the amp up to the 150 hour mark, I only really use it for breaking in tubes now.

Can I use the false load plug on any amp with a 1/4 hp jack without knowing what its hp jack output is? I have a SE b22 that needs to be burned in more and I thought I'd use the plug on the b22 when I wasn't using it on the LF.
 

 

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I would imagine you could.  Can't remember the specifics on the plug, offhand, but you could easily email Alex Cavalli to make sure.

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^ Thanks. I did present Alex Cavalli with that question and I share the exchange with you:

 

Q: May I use the dummy load plug on another headphone amp that I want to burn-in?
A: Probably. The plug simply puts a 30R resistor across each stereo output. If your amp can handle this it should be ok. But, I am required to say that using the load plug for anything other than the LF falls outside of our warranty and limits of liability.

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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

Can I use the false load plug on any amp with a 1/4 hp jack without knowing what its hp jack output is? I have a SE b22 that needs to be burned in more and I thought I'd use the plug on the b22 when I wasn't using it on the LF.
 

 


It’s probably not a wise idea to leave the Beta22 on for long periods. By design it runs hot, heat limits the components lifespan. 

 

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