So I read all the old threads re: how JBL 2225 speakers are lousy MI bass speakers already including the one that Bill Fitz. Had a few comments in. The general consensus is don't bother, however, I already had a Schroeder 115L that has been gathering dust for a few yrs I blew the 8Ohm Neo 15 out of. I have a friend who has tonnage and I brought the cab to him and we dropped one in. Now this has a modern JBL re cone that he told me was an updated higher power Version and supposedly a bit wider freq. range it's also lightly doped. Now having nothing to lose and possibly something to gain as it is 4Ohms now I said lets do this! So we loaded it up and low and behold it kicked arse! This cab does have a Bullet tweeter so not total low end. I'm sure there is a gap in the mids but man, I pounded that thing with the BX 500 and it took a lickin and kept on tickin. Yes of course it's old school but so am I. Honestly I was very pleasantly surprised. After running it through the wringer. I said I've gotta take this to work tonite and I did. To fill the gap in the mids I added a Aggie SL 112 (I think) on top and it kicked and we played both soft and loud sets and I dug it and if it sounds good it is good haha. Bonus it's a small footprint on end with the 112 on top, nice mini stack. Granted we were playing some classic Blues and rock. Even with the weight of the JBL the cab is so small and light I would guess around 35-40 lbs. I could have put 3 of em' in the trunk of a Camrey. Now it will never replace my 4 Berg. cabs or Aggies but ...maybe the Aggies, but options are always great! Plus I'm moving out all my big heavy cabs. I'm just putting this out as a "possible option. The modeling program he used said the cab was about a half foot bigger than needed and the port was just about right. The reason I'm writing this is that I know there lots of these floating around, I don't know if a lot of them are 4Ohms. But if I had read the threads before I probably wouldn't have tried it at all, just saying don't believe everything you read. As always ymmv etc. be well all and merry happy etc.