Some of my favorite players are playing Meyer Sound rigs right now (even saw Otiel with one earlier this year). In an effort to save $30K, and about 250 pounds, I created the 4 way mini rig. Hifi active bass (was using my Spector and a vintage B.C. Rich this morning)> Line 6 M13 effects processor> Peavey Minimax. Yorkville active sub is in the effects loop, so a full range signal comes out the loop send> active crossover @ 80Hz. > everything above 80Hz. comes back to the loop return. Sub is high passed at 40 hz. > Mike Arnopol three way MAS 46 cabinet (4 ohms). Four way/bi amped 750 watt rig!! The gain control does sub volume/blend, and the master controls both (that takes a minute to get used to) So how does it sound? Quite massive and very hifi for its size 48" tall, and 19" wide. Goes very low and is pretty linear right up to extreme highs. In the pic I have the cabinet on it's side for my cramped office. Live, it would be flipped 90 degrees, offering about 100 degrees side to side dispersion, even in the mids and highs (according to what I've read about Big E cabs.) Should be perfect for clubs. How loud is it? It's raining so I can't take it outside, but in my office it goes stupid loud with no audible speaker distortion (the Peavey isn't the cleanest head in the world) Ear bleeding loud. The Yorkville sub is only 250 watts, but is also only doing one octave, and is HPF'ed. My room being the limiting factor, right next to it is my SVT-CL with a 4x10, and it seems easily as loud. I'll be playing two outdoor events in the next week, and will thoroughly test. If I think I'm on the right track I'll get a beefier 12" sub (QSC?) Before soundcheck I'll fire some pink noise thru it, and take a look at it on the RTA.