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    Posted: 24 January 2017 at 11:59am

I have a bunch of these speakers and I wanted to know what is the best scoop design that they will work efficiently in based on the experience of 'experts' here. Sometimes I do live music, then sometimes I do processed SOCA music, reggae, techno, and Chutney.

 
I tried them in the Mogale super scoop and I find they sounded great, but they are too big for me alone to hurl around, so I was wondering if there was a smaller scoop that this particular speaker will sound just as good in.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cookie-dj Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 January 2017 at 5:13pm
Brilliant reflex driver! Not sure how they perform in scoops though
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Really good in T18
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Try this


http://hornplans.free.fr/ms18.html



Make one first, see if it is loud enough.


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By the way, 1x18 full Scoop is quite easy to move around by 1x person, if it has 4x wheels.
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Isn't the G401 better in scoops?
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A lot of american sounds use these in full scoops

This is their equivalent to the Fane XB

Should work in most common designs 
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Originally posted by RiddimKid RiddimKid wrote:

A lot of american sounds use these in full scoops

This is their equivalent to the Fane XB

Should work in most common designs 


Really think UK is the Global home of Scoop drivers. LOL


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Originally posted by levyte357- levyte357- wrote:

Originally posted by RiddimKid RiddimKid wrote:

A lot of american sounds use these in full scoops

This is their equivalent to the Fane XB

Should work in most common designs 


Really think UK is the Global home of Scoop drivers. LOL




Definitely is mate, we are very lucky over here lol
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