Still looking (aren't we all?) for the perfect sound. My Zendrum goes through a Muse Receptro running DFH. I currently use the following sound reinforcement stuff in various combinations:
1 pr. Mackie 15" powered subs
1 pr. AccuGroove 112 cabs w/ QSC PLX-3002 amp
1 pr. AccuGroove 210 cabs w/ QSC PLX-3002 amp
Last night I took a 112, a 210, and a sub. It sounded incredible, but the strange thing is, the sound didn't "carry" well (crappy sounding room, for sure). I found the sound to be SLAMMIN' on stage, but 20 feet out, I thought it sounded.boxy and lifeless. Loud, but not crisp. I think it's because the Accu's have surface-mounted tweets, no horn. Just a guess.
Anyway, here I am looking for something new (as usual) and wanted to know if anyone is using the Bose L1 stuff. I think I'd want a pair of poles with 4 bass modules ($$$!!!). I want to be able to fill a room at pretty smokin' volume, crisp, punchy, and clean. I play jazz, funk, and rock on my Zendrum in 3 different groups, and would take different amounts of gear to different venues.
I used to own a pair of Barbetta Sopna 41s. They do sound great, but just couldn't hack it volume-wise (even the pair). I moved up to the AccuGrooves, which are certainly VERY cool and loud, but they aren't cutting it for me (pun intended) at a distance. Low to medium volume gigs with them are incredible though...check 'em out. I want to have chest-thumping volume if I need it!
Let me know if you have any experiences to share!