I won't get into the "whys" of why I want to do this; I have a pair of powered conventional speakers on stands that work well for me. These are two way speakers with a single 15 and a horn. I also have a first generation Bose Model L1 with two B1 subs. I use my conventional speakers at a regular weekend gig where no gear tear down is necessary, everthing stays there; I use the Bose for other gigs elsewhere during the week as it's more portable obviously. In my specific application, I'm a solo guitarist, but I pump a full menu of self created MIDI sequences for backup, to include drums, bass and everything. With my conventional speakers however, I do miss the bottom end "kick" of the B1-s when using my conventional speakers. Is there any way I could utilize the B1-s with my conventional speakers without having to set up the entire powerstand, stick etc? If it will help in your answer, my mixer, a Mackie does have a "sub out" jack. I was wondering if I could run a line from that "out" to maybe an input on the powerstand and just use the powerstand to power the subs. My second idea which would be my preference simply because it would be much more portable would be to purchase a Packlight amp to power the B-1's pulling a "sub" signal from my Mackie mixer. I don't want to damage the B1's by overloading it with too deep of a frequency, but wonder if I could make either idea work? Thanks for any help you can give me.