Hey gang, I'm struggling with some issues here. I built a stack of fEARful 12/6s last year and have been using them with a variety of amps since. Lately I picked up a Hartke LH1000 amp from a pawn shop. This combo with some overdrive in front sounds SOOO GOOD and the bridged 1000 watts easily gets me up to the volume and punch I'm looking for. Now for the issues... last jam, after 45 minutes or so, the amp overheated and went into its emergency standby mode. 20 minutes later, it was cool enough to play for 30 minutes until it shut down again. We called it a night. I wasnt able to contact Hartke support over Thanksgiving so another jam came around, I figured playing in 30 minute increments and letting my amp cool down in between wouldnt be TOO bad. I know not the smartest move. Well it actually ran solid for 40 minutes or so, until I smelled a tailtell hint of burning... seconds later, my bottom cab completely died. I thought it was an issue with the amp at first, but then realized that by running it in bridged mode, I only had 1 output from the amp going to the top speaker, then daisychained to the bottom. So why would only one cab not work? Plugged another amp into the stack and sure enough, bottom cab is toast. Tested it today and the voice coil's buzzin with a 9v test. Could the amp have caused this to happen? We were playing very loud, but those fEARfuls are supposed to be able to handle alot, no? I definitely had additional headroom at my disposal before they crapped out. So now I'm rather concerned about plugging this Hartke into another cab, although I'd like to test it to see how it holds up... maybe if the cab was going down the drain, it overheated the Hartke more than normal? COuld the amp be fine and its just a cab issue? But the cabs have worked fine for a year, so which could it be? Amp, cab, or coincidentally both fried at once?