Hi: I have a Modulus Quantum 6 equipped with 9-volt Bartolinis that I play through a Peavey TKO 75 (circa 1988) equipped with whatever the non-Black Widow speaker is. I've never really tested the upper limits of this little combo's output. So, while playing last night, I set both the pre-gain and volume at 10 with the instrument (also at full volume) plugged into the low-gain input to see whether I'd get clipping. I didn't hear any obvious distortion and was surprised at this. Despite using the low-gain input and having all the EQs flat, I expected an active bass to create distortion with both pre-gain and volume maxxed. Is it possible that enough distortion existed to cause speaker damage or electronic damage without being immediately audible? In other words, is the level of distortion that would cause speaker damage or damage to the internal electronics blatantly audible? Thanks Bryan P.S. I can't say the tone from this little TKO75 at full volume was great. Perhaps a BAM210 would cure that.