Hello all! For quite a long time I used a tri-amp setup where I used a pair of matched amps for the high end (dipole line array: mids, upper-mids, tweeters - 12 drivers a side running full range except one capacitor only as a crossover for the tweeter) running dual-mono (one amp per channel for complete separation) and another bigger stereo amp for the low end (2 dipole 12" woofers crossed over only with inductors in series) Well, after running my system that way for quite a while, the big low-end amp died. So, I went to a bi-amp setup with my matched amps, one for the high-end drivers, one for the low end woofers. What I would LIKE to do is find another good low-end bass amp that is affordable to drive the woofers again. The special key word here is 'affordable' (well, another key word here too is 'Bass', Punchy & Defined [well, I guess that's 3 words...] ) I can probably get away with about 100-200 watts a side, I think. It's been quite a LONG time since I've bought anything like this, so I thought it would be wise to come and ask here since many of you are quite experienced with this kind of thing to get some suggestions for stereo bass amps. I suppose that I could just throw a 100 watt a side Sherwood receiver in there too which would be pretty affordable / practical for about $120 (their amps are discrete) but it WOULD be nice if I can zero in on what you guys think would be a good bass amp to drive the woofers (preferably around maybe $200, but perhaps as high as $500 if it really makes a big difference. They don't need any kind of low pass EQ or crossovers (I use absolutely NO tone controls or anything else in the signal path) I would much rather they be straight amps and I will use my inductors to roll off the highs. It really WOULD be kind of handy though for balanced volume levels between the highs / lows if there was a remote for the volume. But, if not, I can do what I did with my old bass amp, and just set it for optimum volume and only adjust the high-end to match. Really appreciate any suggestions, thanks!