As the title says; what should I pair with my new Aguilar DB 112 NT? Delivered today (well yesterday I guess given the time) from Amazon (on sale ) and I'm loving it. It's the fullest sounding single 12 I've ever tried. Very glad I picked up the NT model, I'm loving how smooth the highs are, at least for the type of music that I'll be using it for. Sure, it's a great deal heavier than my Schroeder Mini 12L (42 vs. 21?) but for the sound I don't care a bit! I still need to try it at a practice this week though to see how the volume and clarity are, but it seems just as loud (if not louder because of the lows) than the Schroeder and a generic 2x10 I had. Then again the latter two may cut better in a band setting...? So, to set the stage for this rig, here are the likely factors: Gear - Acoustic Image Focus 2R Series III (400W at 8 ohms, 800W at 4 ohms, 1000W at 2 ohms) - 5 string MM/J (low B) - 5 string piezo fretless (low B) - 5 string EUB (low B) - DB (mic'd and/or piezo) - Aguilar Tone Hammer pedal on the electrics Music (across a few different bands) - Acoustic rock/pop (with and without a drummer) - Post rock - Ska, rock, swing - Jazz, fusion - Most venues will range from small (50 or less ppl) to medium (200 or less ppl), with PA/house support over that ***For louder, more aggressive stuff, typically with a different band, I've got a completely different rig (Genz) The choices (another 8 ohm cab) DB 210 - 41 Hz -> 16 kHz - 59 lbs DB 112 - 42 Hz -> 16 kHz - 45 lbs Another DB 112 NT - 42 Hz -> 2 kHz - 42 lbs DB 115 - 32 Hz -> 3 kHz - 71 lbs (has casters) Something else entirely?!?! So, for those of you with Aggie experience, what say you? I'm kind of leaning towards the 115, as every time I play a house 15" at a practice hall lately I'm loving the low end...though typically the mids and highs aren't great. In fairness they are typically workhorse Peavey's and GK's (cabs and combos), or older Ampegs with mediocre heads. Still, the low end response of the Aggie 112 impresses me. The real test was my Veillette, it has lows that many cabs have a hard time with. This one didn't blink. So maybe I don't need more low end? I do love me some thunderous low B though It interesting the way that the frequency responses lay out across the different cabs (I got them from the Aguilar site), no? Thanks for helping me out!