I use a pair of QSC K10.2s and I couldn’t be happier!
The best way I've found to do this is to get yourself a pair of high quality analogue VU meters. I adjust each rig to dance around "0" on the meters. This has worked out very nicely. Then I just make a dB or 2 of adjustment in the Master Output level depending on whether I'm using single coils, humbuckers or active EMGs.
I use the Coleman Audio MBP2 Dual VU Meter Module.
I just acquired a pair of QSC K10.2s and I could not be any happier! I’m done lugging heavy guitar cabinets around.
I use a sound level meter app on my iPhone, placed in a fixed position from my speaker cabinet and set most of the individual rig volumes to a consistant average dB. Level. This works very well for me! It eliminates the big volume swings, and my ears just aren’t as good as they used to be ( I wonder why).
After agonizing over the purchase for many months, I finally took the plunge about 3 weeks ago and bought a powered toaster and remote. I’ve been playing guitar for 53 years and have been chasing the elusive tone almost as many years. I have not regretted my purchase, though I’m still discovering new things each day I spend with the unit.
At this point in my life I was mainly looking for simplicity and ease of transport in my gear. The Kemper has fully satisfied me on both counts. I absolutley love the wide range of tones I’m getting and I’m inspired to play more and more each day.
Looking forward to learning from y’all and contributing whatever I can when I can.
Best regards, Mike