Post by headshrinker (Marc) on Mar 2, 2019 13:02:31 GMT -7
There are others here who really understand electronics, but from what I know, being a passive resistance device, it probably doesn't make a difference where the signal goes in or comes out. I also wouldn't worry about unseen/unheard damage. My philosophy is if you can't see it or here it, forget about it. If you did damage something, it is already done, if it does cause a seen or heard problem in the future, deal with it then. Tube amps are amazingly robust.
As long as the speaker cable was plugged into the amp and the (Dummyload) Attenuator, then the Output transformer has been protected. If you caused a problem you would have known it by now. The problem would have been in the form of a smoked OT.
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