I did a search and found many Acme/Plx threads, but none that really addressed the following question: I've got a QSC PLX3402 which can put 3400 watts into a bridged 4 ohm load, or 2200 watts into a bridged 8 ohm load. Stereo, it puts 1100 watts into 4 ohms per side. Would it be more intelligent of me to get 4 ohm Acme Low B-4 cabinets or 8 ohm? I'll probably play half of my shows with just one cabinet. I've seen on Talkbass that 1000 watts is the minimum that should be considered for an Acme 4x10, so 1100 watts/side is just over the minimum, whereas 1700 watts (1/2 of 3400) might really make these cabinets sing...loudly. If I got the 4 ohm cabinets and then ran bridged from the power amp (thus having a 2 ohm load), would I incur the wrath of God? More importantly, would I damage my power amp or speakers? Any advice from PLX bridgers, Acme afficianados, or crackpot philosophers will be welcomed. Thanks.