I am running an SWR Workingman 2004 (200 watt peak @4 ohms) through an Eden D210T (4ohms, 250watt handling). And before anybody says anything: for my funding, ability and needs, this setup is decent.....trust me, I'm still looking forward to the day when I can afford much nicer gear. Now, my question is this: What exactly is the limiter doing? And secondly, will it hurt my cab if I disable it. Yes, I did a search: found nothing that was useful. Yes I contacted SWR and haven't gotten an answer in four days (maybe I'm impatient). The preamp clipping light doesn't come on ever (maybe once in a great while), but the limiter light does come on quite frequently. My assumption is that it is to simply keep the volume at a certain level to keep the speaker itself from overdriving/sounding like crap/damaging itself, as opposed to the preamp clip which will deliver spikes of way to much wattage to the cab. Any techies out there willing to give me a little insight? Your help would be greatly appreciated.