Forgive me for the possibly uninformed nature of this question, as I'm not much of an amp guy, but why isn't there any small amp technology, in cab and speaker design specifically, that will provide that full, bassy sound from a small speaker and cab (8", 10", or even a 12" in a small box), much in the way that Bose is able to coax such a big sound from those small radios? I'm sure that volume is a key, in that those radios break up at higher volumes, but with the bigger boxes necessary for amp speakers, and a design that is made to only get loud enough for 'bedroom' play, you'd think there would be a purpose built amp for that application. I've heard or played so many of the current offerings (Bad Cat, Roland, Carr, Dr. Z, Victoria, Star, etc.), and none give the impression of being anything other than, well, a mini or small amp. The small box Matchless Spitfire comes close, but that's a slightly bigger format and is a loud 15w. Am I missing something that's out there?