Dear bass community, I'm a new subscriber and if you find my writing weird, it might be related with the fact that I'm a french canadian from Quebec. I want to clear something in my head but let me first introduce the subject with a short long story. After searching on TB for a good and small single 15 cab, I think I really got a kick for the Bag End S15, especially the oiled birch one and particularly a pair of it. Not that I know them, it's barely unfindable in Canada and I never saw a singular musician playing in those cabs over here. Although, I did read A LOT of reviews and I'm pretty sure that it's exactly what I'm looking for - compact, powerful, colorful and even pretty! By the way, I'd be really glad to find a pair of used ones if somebody know somebody Anyway, I finally found a pro audio dealer that could order the product but first, I want to make sure that I can safely use my current amp with it; an old Eden WT-600. As the S15 are rated at 8ohms and 200W, I know that I would have to be REALLY careful if I plug it in my bridge 8ohms 600W output. Otherwise, if I daisy chain two S15s, I end up with a 4 ohms load and can't use my bridge output anymore. BUT in Bi-Amp mode (300W, 4ohms/channel), and here's my question, can I use with good results each 8ohms cab hooked up on each 4ohms channels or it would be a bad idea? Of course, no crossover, just dual mono. I know, I will lose some of the power that my amp can deliver but how much exactly? It looks to me like it's the only way to use that WT-600. I read in a review that some guy was proudly using two S15Ds with a WT-800 and I really wondered how he was doing this safely So, with two BE S15s can I give the WT-600 an other life or should I put it on a dusty shelf with a blanket? Thank you all for sharing your expertise!