Having recently acquired an Eden 410XLT, I have put my QSC 1850HD in bridged mono, as I found running it off one side of the poweramp wasnt giving me enough headroom. Cab is 700 watts (8 ohm) - so I'm talking 360 watts off one side vs 1200 bridged into the 8 ohm load. Question 1 - I also have an Eden 210XLT (350 watts, 8 Ohm). I won't be using the cabs together too often, but when I do, and daisy chain them, I will then be running 1800 watts bridged into the 4 Ohm load. Thus each side of the QSC will be running @ 2 Ohms, which should be fine according to the specs, but was just wondering if this is inherently bad Question 2 - With the above configuration, how is the power distributed to the cabs? I lose individual volume control in bridged mono, so I dont wanna trash the 210 with too much power. Question 3 - The 210 will be in another practice area, and used alone. Can I keep the amp in bridged mono and just keep my eye on the volume levels, or should I reset the dip switches on the QSC just to be safe and run it off one side of the amp? Seems like a lot of power into a 350 watt cab - again I don't want to blow the thing. Sorry for the long post, and many thanks in advance.