Last night I did it... I figured out which cabinet combination I haven't used and I used it. I haven't run the dual 112 rig live and I decided to give it a whirl. This room is the room I play every Wednessday (and have played for the last 1.5 years). It is the room the 1200/Uber410 picture was taken in. We start our set and played some kinda cool jazz at a moderate volume and this rig sounded like a million bucks... then the sit ins began where as always control goes out the window. So this singer comes up and when asked what he'd like to do and he said Zeplin's Rock and Roll would be cool so we didit. Punch a bit harder than the first set... then his drummer showed up and all bets were off. He came in wielding a pair of drumsticks that were remenicant of the bat in "Walking Tall"... They thought it could be cool to play some Black Sabath, AC/DC, Bad Company and what what-not so the true test began. Up came the volume very rapidly to a point that I was wondring where my ear plugs were. So I juiced it up a bit (oK I cranked it)... By the 5th song "Alright Now" we were loud as hell and there was a big bass part coming so it was time to see what this thing had to give. I backed off the bass control on the Lakie and hit the global boost... it sounded like I hooked an 18 inch sub crossed over at 40... Through out the choruses I tried to dial in my sound for the bass break and I got it. The dual 112's ignited and most likely should have left a mushroom cloud behind it (figuratively). It went off in mass like I have never heard a rig of mine do. A very good friend of mine came who has been hearing my trial and error of rig learning and said he was sitting at the light waiting to turn in to the club and thought some one has a kicker in their trunk at the light but he was the only car. He parked and said the girth of tone through the wall was impressive but it was clear as a bell as well. This is the club I have in the past called Liam and Eublet from to hear it through the wall. The sound of the dual 112's was much more massive than the 212 in the same scenario because that's what I used last time there. I did get to hear the output compressor/limiter a bit and it sounded like an all tube amp compressing. I hope I never have to play that loud again but the dual 112's hit with a clean, fat massive punch that I believe could cause sterility... Amp was set flat except for the global bass boost. I guess the channel gain was at about 10:00 The channel volume at about 11:00 The main volume at about 1:00 My now very biased opinion is simply this. The neoX112T at low volumes was may favorite for tone, punch,fatness and smoothness...coupling 2 of them makes for a perfect match to the 6.0 in every way. I believe this rig is going to the "Ram's Head" in Annapolis this weekend for the Ron Holloway concert... This rig may not be for every one but it is really worth a listen. The tonality of the pairing of cabinets is second to none. They just sound bigger than the 212...PERIOD the opinions above reflect the results of one idiots trial by fire... your actual results may very but I don't care, it worked for me. Do NOT eat a mexican dinner prior to running this setup.