Bought the head from music go,round cuz I felt nostalgic about,a polytine amp I owned 20 years ago. They sold the CAB before I could raise money for,it. If I wanted to find a speaker for this...what am I looking for?
K.O. I think you may have missed a bit of something. Power is not the only requirement. You must match the speaker impedance to the amp's impedance. A lower impedance is like short circuiting your amp. BAD! I was thinking that the standard minimum was 4ohms in those days and a quick search for the manual (see link below) tells me that my brain still works a bit. *pats own head.* So you need a speaker that can handle a minimum of 160 watts at a minimum of 4 ohms. A 4 ohm speaker set up at 200 watts would be ideal IMHO. Size of speaker/ speakers are irrelevant, though more cone area will push a bit more air. Remember connecting multiple cab nets will change the total impedance. Standard modern cabs are built in 2, 4, 8, and 16 ohms.