Guess Who.... Man it's a regular blizzard here in the Midwest and we are getting some Lake Effect Snow. My band gets plenty of free adverstisment this time of year since the band's name is Lake Effect Anyway not going out tonight so here is my thought pattern most of the day. Has anyone compared a Bergantino NV610 or any NV with two Berg HT-115's or two Mini Stacks = HT/EX 112s twice. Now we all know that more speakers/drivers are louder right...you push more air. Well most also know that different size drivers and different design cabs/enclosure; and how they are tuned if ported; have different results too. Some specific questions: Can the two HT115 cabs be as punchy as the others? Would the two HT115 cabs throw farther? most likely I think. Would the NV215 thow as far as two HT115? Does the HT210/HT115 have more advantages that two HT115 or is it just taste. I would really like to try 4 112s or two 115s or a NV610/NV215, but I'm not buying cabs just yet. Andrew Jones has the two HT115 and loves them, Jonathan Starr has the Mini Stack and a HT115 he uses in a column, interesting setups. Today I experimented with some set up I have tried before but not live yet. I put my HT112 on top of my NV610 and it's quite impressive. I can control both cabs with the Dem/CA9 rig. The lofty 112 acts as a monitor. I also tried my Mini Stack along side the NV610... very big and powerful. Hard to tell if the tens compliment the 12s or visa versa, but I thinks so at least from being the practice room. I didn't hear anything ugly anyway. Taking the mini stack off of the trusty Auralex Gramma made a big different in the bootay dept. though. Maybe because the NV sits on the floor too. Note: I've always loved 15's and stayed away from tens. I really like 12's but they can disappear in the mix too, not as bad as tens do though. Trouble with most 15's they are not as fast of course and the wave forms farther out in my experience, hence you get the throw but may lack in the cut dept. on stage. Comments/Opinions welcome.