I've been reading about Acme Low B cabinets lately, and I'm interested in knowing if any of my TB brethren are using a B1500 to drive Acme Low cabinets. I like the sound provided by my B1500 and iAMp800 (especially the iAmp at reasonable volumes and when doubling). What I'm looking for is a relatively "dry" sound that provides clean and articulate reproduction of DB and slab, that'll cut through effortlessly playing outdoor venues that seat 500 with dancing. My main bass is a 5-string active strung with TI Jazzflats. I don't slap, eschew fret clatter and finger noise, and play a wide variety of music. My regular gig is a six-piece band playing Santana and Tower of Power covers, along with swing, Latin jazz, R&B oldies, classic rock, and blues, but i also indulge in trio and big-band jazz on upright, and the occasional casual. I'm wondering if the B1500 will have enough power, or I should use my QSC PLX 3102 instead (I don't expect the iAmp to have enough power to drive Acme Low B cabinets). Thanks!