Hi good people of Talkbass. I'd like to ask once again why, even in this educated age we live in, the 4x10 + 1x15 cabinet stack is still a thing. I always thought this came from the dark ages. "The 410 is for punch while the 115 brings the lows" was what was rooted in the minds. My thesis was that this came from the fact that everyone had big a$$ hifi speakers at home back then - where the big woofers did just that while the smaller speakers in the middle did the mids and the weird contraptions on top were somehow producing the highs. Since HiFi speakers are not a thing any more and those that still are usually look part modern art part speaker and have woofers in unusual sizes in unusual places, that can't be an influence any more. What else makes people choose the uneven couple?