I have a bag end 15, and an ashdown 2x10. I want to send all the lows to the 15, and all the highs to the 2x10s (naturally) Was this just a big fad? I havent seen any new heads with built-in 2 channel amps that have cross overs. GK makes one I know, but it has only a 50W high frequency section. Both cabs handle 200W RMS, so I was hoping to find an amp with two 300W sections (for headroom). I was running sound at a show one day, and the bass player showed up with an SWR rig that had just what I was looking for. Two channels with a built in crossover. SWR doesnt seem to make any thing but stereo heads any more with out the crossover. Would it just bee my best bet to get a good preamp, crossover, and an stero amp? is there any preamps that have a built in crossover? I would like to keep the rack as small as possible, since my cabs take up pretty much all my car, and I want to have a back when I am 40. (the downfall to great tone, I know) please let me know about any suggestions. PS niether of the cabs HAVE to be crossed over, but I would just like to hear the BAG END doing what it does best(rumbling bass). I doubt trying to push 5khz at the same time as an over driven 40 hz is really good for the speaker.