OK, I know there are those of you that understand this better than I do, so help me out. The low B on a 5 string is at 30.87. Many cabinets go only down to 45 hz or some even to 35 hz. Now am I missing something? To take full advantage of the low B wouldn't the cabinet need to be able to play that low. Now, I know that the frequency response is kind of a guide more than a hard cutoff. If you look at the response curve, the frequency response is really telling you where the speaker can effecitvely reproduce at an efficinet volume the frequencies in that range (in non-techie language). But, what that really means is that these cabinets cannot effecively reproduce a Low B at the same volume that it can say a high B. Why is it that more cabinet maufactures don't make cabinets that can get that low. For a 4 string it is less important, because the E I believe is around 41 Hz. For this many 4x10" cabinets can do that, but even most 1x15" can't do not get below 40hz. Does any one else think that is a little crazy. While I am at it, does anybody have recomendations for a nice low end cabinet?