New cabs arrived this weekend, and here is a review of the Avatar 410B and 115B. Pre-Amp Line 6 Bass Pod Pro Power Amp Crest LT-2000 run in Stereo 560 Watts per channel My main concern with these cabs was not being able to play on them before purchasing them. After talking with Dave at Avatar, he assured me I would have 14 days to send them back after they arrived. Cabs were packed very well, and arrived in perfect condition. Decided to give the 410 a test run by itself and see how it handled the low B. NO PROBLEM! Cab has a very tight sound, with lots of punch and volume. Don't have the specs on the cab, but this cab will handle anything my Hartke 410XL rig will handle. After adding the 115B under the 410, I don't think I have to worry about the 14 day return policy. I don't think I could spend 5-600 on a 410 cab and get a better sound for the money. I have more than enough headroom, and the cabs seem very responsive. Did I mention they were LOUD Neighbors hate them already I had to sell my Hartke rig about 9 months ago, and back problems have kept me off stage for nearly a year. I almost bought another Hartke system, but I think I made a good move with these cabs. Speaking of back problems, these cabs are light compared to other 410 and 115 cabs. And did I mention they are built better than anything else I have owned! Very solid cabs, I am sure that eden and swr cabs are nice, but for the bucks the Avatars can't be beat. For those who might be interested, these cabs sound very much in the line of Hartke and Fender 410 Bassman cab. I have owned both of these and I think I will stay with the Avatars. Only thing to add to this rig will be a crossover in the very near future, and possibly a power conditioner. Anybody have suggestions of Crossovers? I have a Rane AC23 for my mains, but would like to keep the cost down.