If this should be in Live sound, I do apologize. First, a little background: I have an SVT4 that I run mono-bridged into my 610HLF. I am somewhat of a noob when it comes to the back side of the amp; it has always been mono-bridged out via Speakon to the cab. I have a BBE Maxcom arriving shortly, which I had planned on just running through the FX loop, but then I got to thinking: 'This amp has a crossover...I wonder if there is a way to send the highs to one compressor channel and the lows to the other (more or less bi-amped), set the compression/maximizer settings for each frequency range, and still run it mono-bridged to the single cab'? There are a good many threads here on bi-amping with multiple cabs, but nothing about splitting things out, and then combining them at the power amp stage. I realize this may not add anything to my sound, and may actually make things worse, but I want to make sure I don't blow something up tinkering with things. Some questions I had: -What is the signal that is coming from the bi-amp outs? From what I can make of things, those are line level (adjustable via front knob) and post crossover. -If I can run those outputs into the compressor, I assume I can run them back into the power amp inputs. If I do, will leaving the amp in mono-bridge still combine the signal to the single speaker output, or does the bridging happen before those inputs? -Does anyone have a similar rig (SVT4 PRO/dual channel compressor) configured in such a way? If so, is it even worth the trouble? -Is this all clearly documented somewhere that I failed to notice? A nudge in the right direction would be much appreciated. -Am I completely out of my gourd with this line of thinking? It isn't going to ruin my day if I can't patch together such a configuration. I just thought it would allow for grater control, and if nothing else, interesting tonal possibilities. Thanks in advance.