Hello everyone. I just got a real life job and have tons of cash to blow on whatever I want now. I am researching how to hook 2 amps together and have them each powering different speakers. Confusing? I want: amp 1 - settings tuned in for lows and mids (NO HIGHS) amp 2 - settings tuned in for mids and highs (NO LOWS) A lot of musicians do this whom I have seen (Billy Sheehan and Dirk Lance of Incubus to name a couple.) Dirk Lance's Rig for a better example. His uses 3 amps one for lows, one for mids and one for highs... http://guitargeek.com/rigview/360/ Looks sweet huh? MY QUESTION IS: How would I go about wiring thisstuff so I can plug in my guitar and play. Is there a special rack mount device from which both amps plug into and I plug into from there or will I daisy chain my amps in some way? Now let me explain what I want or already have and their specs... HAVE: SWR WorkingPro 700 (700w @ 4 ohms / 450 @ 8 ohms) 4x10" cabinet (400w @ 8 ohms) 1x15" cabinet (350w @ 8 ohms) WANT TO BUY: - SWR WorkingPro 400 (400w @ 4 ohms / 200 @ 8 ohms) - SWR WorkingPro 4x10" (400w @ 8 ohms) - SWR Triad 1x15, 1x10, + tweeter (400w @ 4 ohms) *the triad may be pointless for this because the tweeter in there my see little or no use... *Leave the 1x15 cabinet I own out of the equation for now because i will probably sell it to pay for the new gear. Lets say that i bought the three things i listed above. I want my WorkingPro 700 to power the 2 4x10" speakers. Both are at 8 ohms so when hooked up together, they would produce 4 ohms and I would actually have the speakers be able to handle 800 watts even though I only have 700 watts from the amp... I want to hook up the WorkingPro to the Triad ONLY. The Triad is rated at 400w @ 4 ohms so the WorkingPro 400 would work with this one perfectly. There really is no reason why or why this may not be beneficial to my playing or whatnow. So far, I would have my stuff DI'ed together so the sound guy can do his this when using the house mixer and speakers when my band is out playing live... The speakers would be more for show unless they also mic my cabinets which they are starting to do or i can arrange for them to do that... Recording, I can have 3 tracks... One for a Direct Signal and one for mids/ highs and mids/ lows.... Nothing too important or essential. I have no reason to continue buying basses. I just need better speakers essentially. I want to research my options and see what I can do and maybe get better tone as a result. I finally got the SWR as an upgrade to my Hartke 4000 amp which completely blew but I still have the beginner level stack of Hartke 4x10 and Hartke 1x15 cabinets.(the 1x15 is actually an Eminence Kappa 15" because the hartke one blew up on me...) any help on brands or models used for connecting multiple amps or suggestions on how to wire these would be much appreciated. Here is a photo of the back end of the 400 and 700 for you in case I could daisy chain them together.