Hello all, It's been a whie since I posted (been traveling a lot for work but I'm back and traveling will all but cease now). As some of you might remember, I was one of the first on the forum to give Avatar cabs a try and then posted reviews on a few of the models that I had purchased (4x10, 1x15, 1x12 compact, etc). As most of you know, these are great cabs for the money. I recently (and finally) purchased a 5 string (Yamaha BB series). I found that my trusty workhorse Avatar compact 112 was not up to the task of a low B. I had sold my 4x10 and 1x15 a little while back and have been running the 1x12 soley and add the 2x10 as needed (for larger gigs). This setup worked great on my 4 string basses and saved my back from the pain of the 4x10 and 1x15. So back to the subject. My 2x10 and 1x12 compact are not up to the task of a low B so I called Dave @ Avatar and told him my dilema. I wanted to maintain the portability that I have with the 1x12 and 2x10 but wanted to hit lower notes efficiently. He told me about his semi-new SB112 which has a larger cab than the old CB112 that I currently have and that it uses a Eminence Delta 12 LF (low frequency) instead of the Kappa 12 that's in my CB112. He said that it's tuned to hit lower frequencies and does a nice low B. So my question is for those of you that have it, is this true? Thanks soooo much!