Hey all, i've been playing smaller rooms these days, and i'm kinda close quarters with the rest of my band mates. we're literally a couple inches away from each other in the lounges and clubs we play. at any rate, my mates have been saying i'm muddying up the low end. at first i was a little taken aback, but these guys i trust, and wanna do what i can to make the whole band sound better. cause of my hard time with the room and stage mix, i've been giggin with my iAMP350 and Bergie HT112, and found myself dialing out at 10db worth of the 50Hz range and turning off the "deep" switch. seems a little contradictory for us b-boyz, but suddenly, things are mucho articulate, and i sit better in the mix. its not nearly as boomy anymore, i'm not too loud, and my bandmates are at a reasonable volume too, since they dont need to work as hard to cut thru. and suddenly, i'm much punchier too. WOo Hoo!! is this just my situation, or is this something i should learn from and apply later? anyone else find this true on a larger scale as well?