I know this is possible for tweeters on cabs, since many brands and makes have tweeter "pads" which allow you to use as much or as little of the tweeter as possible. But can this be done with an entire speaker cabinet? How, if at all, would adjusting this control affect the impedence load of the amp powering the speaker? I'm asking because I've come up with a wonderful setup for DB: an EA iamp 800 powering a VL208 underneath the rack, and a VL108 on top of the rack. The 108 functions as a monitor which aims at my head so that I can hear myself while sitting nearby without having to focus the output of my main cab on my bass, which causes all sorts of problems. (I use the same setup for BG, substituting a CXL112 for the 208 in that case) This rig would be just about perfect if I could adjust the volume of the 108 (monitor) independent of the main cab - for DB, this is an issue of balance for convenience, and for BG, it's more a matter of balance to avoid going deaf and blowing up my beloved VL108! So, is a passive attenuation pad possible for the entire 108 in these circumstances, and if so, what would be involved to pull it off? Thanks in advance.