Hi everyone, I got the GK Neo 412 cab about two years ago. I used the GK 700RB II amp with it for about a year and a half with no issues until I damaged 3 speakers. I was told by the repair tech that the amp was underpowered (480 watts) for the cab which could handle 1200 watts. He figured I was pushing the amp so hard, it would send a distorted signal, damaging the speakers. He recommended a more powerful amp. I asked him if the 2001RB would be fine and he said yes. I bought the 2001RB and for about two months of using it, I was in heaven. Then, I damaged 2 more speakers. I replaced them myself. Again, about 3 months later (present day), 2 more speakers damaged. Now I'm wondering if pairing the 2001RB with the Neo 412 is a good idea. Am I doing something wrong? I'm on my way to paying for my cab twice. I've read here and in other forums of people using the Neo 412 with the 2001RB, and even the 1001RB II but have yet to encounter anyone dealing with the same issues I am. Some details on my setup: 2001RB to Neo 412 in Bridge Mode, following instructions from manual. Using GK Speakon cable the cab came with which allows for bi-amp operation. -10 dB Pad is engaged. EQ is flat (12 o' clock positions) 4 string ESP tuned to drop B. Sans-Amp 3 channel bass driver with light to medium distortion, connected in front of the amp (not via effects send/return). Hopefully someone can shed some light on my situation. I love the GK sound but hating the problems I'm having.