I was treated (and I really mean treated) to a demonstration of Nexo PA systems recently. For those who are unfamiliar, they have developed a processor that somehow reads or simulates all sorts of data from the voice coil of the speakers and zaps frequencies one by one before they distort or clip. It works so well I couldn't believe my ears or my eyes. This tiny PA would fit into the boot of a sedan. It consisted of 2x8 inch+horn and a single 12' Sub which produced pant-flapping bottom end and an overall volume that would compete with PA's that would barely fit into a large van. All of this with a sound clarity that I couldn't fault. The bigger versions were equally amazing and louder again..... My question is multi part:- Can anyone offer a more technical explaination as to how exactly the processor works? Will this technology become affordable during my lifetime (The above PA was AUS$12,000, so US$6,000)? Can this technology and theory be applied to Bass rigs?