In another thread, I was asking about increasing my volume, and after listing the specs of everything, it turns out my cabs were highly inefficient, and the cause of the lack of volume. A brief recap, I'm basically running my head through a power amp courtesy of the line out. The power amp is sending approx 450 watts to each cab. Yes, they are Behringers. Here's the cab specs: Here's the spec for the BA 210 cab... (2 10" aluminum cone Bugera speakers) 95dB @ 1W/1m 8ohm Freq response 42Hz-16kHz Power (RMS/Music) 500 W and the BA115 (1 15 inch aluminum cone Bugera speaker) 97dB @ 1W/1m 8 ohm Freq response 40Hz-16kHz Power (RMS/Music) 600 Watts. I was told that I should look into Avatar cabs since they're basically in my price range and better quality than the Behringers. So, I did some research, went to the Avatar website, and couldn't find any tech specs for the cabs, but just the tech specs for the speakers through Eminence. Would you guys help me in comparing the two to see how much of a difference it would make volume wise (since I already know Behringher's history, I know that the Avatar cabs would make a better value), and how they would affect my tone. Just an FYI, I play in a metal band, and I play with a sound that's a mix between clean and distorted. (Think Meshuggah). If you want to know what it sounds like, you can hear my band through the links in my sig. If I do replace the cabs, I would like to retain some clean low end, since I play 5'ers and 6'ers...one of which is dropped a whole step to A. (I know that the human ear doesn't really pick up the fundamental, but I still would like to get it to sound reasonably good, without farting or rattling the cab apart. Although I don't get a lot of volume, I do at least get a good sound out of the behringer setup.) All of your help is appreciated!