I've recently bought a new SVT3-Pro, so I've been trying to find a good way to use my backup head, an SWR 4004. I decided I wanted something small I could use for very small rooms, house parties, acoustic sets, etc. I had an old Peavey closed cab that had held 2 10" speakers. Of course, it was built like a bank safe. I also had two Klipsch 10" subwoofers, model k-1049-k (4 ohm). These were used by Klipsch in some of their high end home theater systems. The ones I had had never been used. I don't live far from the Klipsch plant, and knew a guy.... Anyway, I put in a new jack, wired the speakers in series (so the cab would be 8 ohm) put everything together and fired it up. I was really amazed with the sound. I kept the volume relatively low (12:00 on the gain and master, dimed on my Jazz volume pots) and the sound can be best described as rich and warm. The volume is much less than I get with my 4 ohm 115 of course, but perfect for my purposes. To be honest, I know absolutely nothing about speakers or cabs or wiring or ohms, and had no idea if this would work at all, but so far it sounds great. I can't really describe how warm and pleasing the tone is...perfect for jazz, blues, or accompanying an acoustic ensemble. Now, for all I know, this may blow up. The speakers didn't seem to be under any particular stress. I watched to see how much they moved, and the excursion seemed to be very comfortable, but I don't have anything to compare it with, having never seen a bass run through a 10" speaker. So, some of you guys who know about these things...could this keep working? Or is it likely to blow up tomorrow? Did I do everything wrong? I guess if it does blow up and catch on fire I'll at least have an interesting story to share with you guys.