It seems like my small and portable rig for my rock band isn't getting the job done. I'm using 2 bag end 15's and an Ampeg B4r. The BE's sound great on stage but when I go out on the dance floor the low end dissapears. I had a thread about this subject a few weeks ago and people suggested I give the cabs more power. 500 watts per cab should be enough but the low end is still not there. Loudness is not an issue here they are very loud and cut through the mix, it's just a mid range sounding tone without that booty shaking rumble that I want, especially on the dance floor. Well I'm selling one of my basses, I've already had a couple of offers so I think I need to address this issue while I can. Portability is an issue but I guess if I have to ask band mates to help lift my gear onto stage so be it. I'll have about $800 to spend and I need to do it right this time, my wife is getting a little edgy about me trading off equipment. I'll be using my Ampeg B4r and I need a cab or cabs that will give me good mid range growl and low end rumble. I'm thinking about either an Ampeg 610 hlf (kind of heavy but I think I can slide it over the tailgate of my pick up with out having to lift it up and in). Or an Ampeg svt210 on top of a svt15. maybe a little more portable. I would probably trade one of the Bag Ends in on this or sell later and keep one for smaller gigs. Ideas? suggestions? am I nuts? btw my previous rig was an Ampeg 18 over 410. Sounded like I want but lifting the 90 pound cabs was killing my back.