I got the opportunity to place these cabs tonight. I played both through an Ashdown ABM EVO 300II http://www.ashdownmusic.co.uk/bass/detail.asp?ID=5 I was very impressed with the HT112. For such a small box it is very responsive. Nice round and full lows (though this cab can't compete with the NV425-awesome cab) for its size, somewhat punchy with defined treble. The cab farted out on the E string of a Lakland 55-94 and a higher end Spector neck-thru. I don't think I have to tell you what happened when I hit the B string. When looking at the speaker I noticed that it wasn't even really moving that much. I've seen the speakers in my 4x10 jump twice as far without even a hint of distortion. The NV425 was just addicting to play. It seemed naturally warm and bassy by itself. I barely had to touch the bass knob on the ABM. This cab is capable of filling a room with sound at a relatively low volume. The sound seemed to come from all around me. This cab was dream to play through. It is very punchy and had a lot better response and warmth throughout the frequency spectrum. The 55-94 was meant to be played through this cab and the two complemented each other very well. The bass guys weren't there tonight and the guy told me to wait until they came in some other time to try out the EBS cabs in the back.