I'm running an Ampeg SVT3 Pro head and an Eden 2x10XST cab at 4 ohms. I thought this would be a nice combo, seeing how the head is rated for 450 watts @ 4 ohms and the cab is 500 watts @ 4 ohms, but I blew a speaker! Now I have a Geddy Lee jazz bass with a j-retro preamp installed. The bass runs hot...really hot. But I didn't think much of it when the clip light kept going on because of other threads I've read on here saying its no big deal. And low and behold the speaker started flopping. Not sure if it was the speaker's fault, the head, or the preamp cranked to 11. Probably a combination of all...plus my aggressive playing. So what's the deal, should I be paranoid with the light, or do you think it was just a perfect storm scenario? Any recommendations in the future, other than don't crank the preamp? Is there a sweet spot on the SVT 3 pro where I'm not in danger or blowing something up? By the way I've since replaced the speaker and seems to be working fine. But, I'm very cautious with the gain knob...and that red light is freaking me out.