Is there such an animal as a "1" ohm speaker or cabinet? I am the original owner of a 1974 Peavey F-800B Super Festival bass head, and while cleaning out my storage room, I found the original Owner's Manual (I thought was Long gone). In reviewing it, I noticed on the Technical Specifications page, the usable Load Impedances (OHMS), listing 8, 4, 2, and ONE !! ONE ohm?? That's a new one on me. Yet, even though it lists this OHM and the Output Wattage produced when used, the "Speaker Jacks" section warns, in CAPITAL letters, "NEVER OPERATE THE AMPLIFIER WITH LOADS LESS THAN TWO OHMS". This kinda peaked my curiousity: Why list an unusable OHM on the Spec. Sheet? Bragging rights, perhaps? I know...I know...why don't I just email Peavey and ask them? Because I value all you guy's views, opinions, and experiences, and am just curious if anyone out there has ever heard of, used, dreamed of, dated, etc, etc, etc...a "1" ohm speaker and/or cabinet with that rating? BTW...the Owner's Manual is available for download at Peavey.com. It's no big deal really....just wondering why they listed an OHM and its Output info., yet, you are NEVER supposed to use an OHM that low. Go figure, huh. Any thoughts, comments, life reflections, please unload. Thanks for the ear(s). And always remember: "Wind is simply an ocean with no water."