I am currently troubleshooting so as to rid some white noise/hiss from my rig and I am looking at the Minnie as the main culprit, here is the setup and why I feel this way: Chain: Bass>New Cable>Jule Monique>Demeter Minnie>Berg CN112 I'm getting some pretty audible "slow hiss" white noise type thing going on (its not super high frequency sounding, and it is present even when I turn the highs all the way down on my bass/Monique). I know its not my bass, because I've played that through a few different things lately and the problem doesn't come along for the ride. I don't think it is the Monique because there is no bad white noise coming from it when it is used as just a DI. That said, that favorable result was from running it out the balanced XLR. Also, the hiss is still apparent even when the Monique is powered off and just the Minnie is on/plugged into the Berg. Now to the Berg, the hiss is still present even when the tweeter is turned completely off, though it does become a little more subdued. That said, part of the reason I bought the cab was for its tweeter, so I'd like to find a favorable result with, at least, the tweeter set flat. Also, I don't think it is my power source, as I had another amp plugged in the same spot last week (which I unfortunately don't have any more to swap out with the Minnie for troubleshooting purposes). So what does everyone think, is the Minnie or the Cab more likely the culprit here? I've read somewhere that the gain can be turned down internally on the Minnie? Would that help?