So, I’ve been having some fun lately experimenting with the HMS system with my 700RB and double Neo 112-iis (that I’ve started liking too much to offload), though in looking at the 700RBs schematic, I came across something that I found as being odd with the way the system works. My understanding of the general HMS functionality is as follows: Woofer high-cut: removes 5khz and above from woofer Tweeter high-cut: removes 10khz and above from tweeter DI pre/post: per schematic when set to post, sends woofer signal AFTER woofer high-cut So that means that if I utilize the HMS as intended, the DI (and hence FOH) gets nothing 5khz and above. Am I wrong in thinking that those frequencies would be desirable to have going into the mains? It seems odd to me, because my logic is as follows: 1. GK distortion comes primarily from an overdriven power section (I don’t discount the boost’s function, but on RB amps my understanding is that it’s used to drive the power section harder as opposed to functioning as a distortion effect) 2. GK developed the HMS system to keep the GK distortion out of the GK instrument cab horns where it can sound unpleasant 3. If the above are true, why does the post button cut 5khz and above from the DI, if it isn’t at risk of receiving power section distortion? Maybe I’m wrong – and I’m really curious about others’ thoughts, but I kind of wish that I could send the full post signal to the DI (because I want the voicing), even when utilizing the HMS system to cut 5khz from my instrument cab woofers. It isn’t lost on me that the true method to get “post” sound to FOH would be to mic the cabs (thus getting that power-section distortion as well), though unfortunately in this day in age in the scene I’m a part of, that is considered asking too much of sound guys, and is likely to result in raised eyebrows and dismissal at best, and an engaged “suck” button at worst. Just curious as to others' thoughts.