Well, I've had my Ampeg BA210V2 for a few months now and it's been a great little amp up until last night. As we started into the second set I started to smell that telltale roasting speaker smell. I immediately backed off the low end a bit and the smell went away and the Lil guy finished the night without any issues. I pulled the speakers this morning and yep, a bit of lingering heated voice coil smell. Now I'm looking to upgrade the speakers. It's used, it's not under warranty. So, after calculating the internal volume (~1.2 cu ft per speaker) so I could decide what speakers would be a good upgrade. The search was on. At this point I had a few options. To keep it usable with an extention cab: 2 - 4 ohm speakers in series Or 2 - 16 ohm in parallel. To make it a stand alone cab at 450 watts: 2 - 8 ohm speakers in parallel. The search for a compatible speaker took a bit and I ended up finding that 2 Eminence Kappa Pro 10LFs would fit the bill for the internal volume I have to work with. A bit pricy, a bit heavy (18lbs each) but since they only come in 8 ohms and they handle 600 watts RMS each this would negate my combo to a stand alone 450 watt, 4 ohm unit (speakers in parallel). Which I don't have a problem with. I have an SVT-6 PRO with a 6x10 larger rig for big shows. So this is where I'm at. Sure I could get the stock replacement speakers but I don't want to deal with this again and the upgrades will handle everything this amp can dish out power wise (and then some). Anyone else had this issue? Done speaker swaps in a BA210V2? Side Note: I have owned Eminence Kappa Pro 10LFs before and they are some killer speakers.