I love my Acme B4, but I've never been able to do much slap bass work with it. Since both slapping and popping involve large transients, I end up setting off the clip limiter on my power amp, leaving me with a squashed, distorted sounding slap tone. I'm using a BBE BMax into a QSC RMX 1850HD, in bridged mono, so I'm dumping 1800 watts into the Acme. I'm somewhat amazed that the Acme is able to suck so much out of the QSC in bridged mono that it's setting off the clip limiter. The Acme really does sound amazing for everything but slapping, is there any workaround for this? I'm afraid of damaging the speakers if I disengage the clip limiter, but is that what I need to do?