I heard one of these recently and was impressed with the volume, tone, and clarity of this compact cabinet. During my recent visit to Las Vegas, I checked in with our fellow TBer Adrian Garcia and caught a few of his gigs. I heard him use this cab on a 4-piece smooth jazz / funk / R & B gig at the Gordon Beirsch just off the Strip. I have to admit that I didn't expect very much of Accugroove cabs because I had never actually heard one, and they seemed like just another obscure company trying to make bass equipment. I have to say that this little cab blew me away. It was loud and articulate with out being sterile or dry sounding, and she was punchy. The cab has a somewhat balanced response through the lows, mids, and highs, but it wasn't that flat tone associated with EAs (not that there's anything wrong w/ EAs ); likewise, she has a nice balanced tone response, but without being too hi-fi sounding. It has a great tonal response for finger style and slapping as well. What surprised me was its huge sound! If I hadn't actually seen the cab on stage, I would have guessed that it was a much larger cab, like a 2X12, 3X10, or 4X10. Ofcourse, other factors in the signal chain have some influence on what I heard that day... like Adrian's EBS pre/QSC power amp rig and his playing. Did I mention that Adrian is an awesome bassplayer with great chops and an excellent sense of groove? In short, you should check out this cab if you're in the market for a quality, high powered, compact cab. This cab would also make a great rig if paired with a second cab like maybe a 1x15, or just a second 1X12.