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i love the hogs and how they look but I need something that can preferably go to 30hz flat.
does anyone have or can mod the hog plan to achieve this? $ is possible - need plans as I am not in the UK..
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I am aware of the othorn but it just doesn't excite me visually.. Sorry it's not the best excuse but just my opinion
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Originally posted by jngggggggg jngggggggg wrote:

I am aware of the othorn but it just doesn't excite me visually.. Sorry it's not the best excuse but just my opinion

The thing is, 30Hz is starting to get properly low, and as you go lower the physics involved increasingly takes over and defines what you can and cannot do.

If 30Hz really is a priority, visuals will pretty much take a back seat.

Of course, for any horn based system, you have a bit of leeway with things like mouth bracing.
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I have built 2 hog scoops and loaded them with PD1850's. I use a Crown Macrotech 3600vz amp and Xilica xp4080 DSP.

However, when I turn up the volume they start to ramble. I have tried to resolve this issue but I can't seem to find the cause. 

Does anybody have some advice on how to resolve this issue? 
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Are you sure the build is solid? Can you feel panels vibrating a lot?

The rumble is either coming from the cab or the driver, but more likely the cab. What steps did you take to try and isolate the issue? Is it identical on both bins?

You should try clamping/weighting all the outer panels and any inner panels you can reach one by one to see if it changes anything. A/B with both cabs so you can pick up subtle differences, then you'll know if you're on the right track.


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Pull the cab apart and start from the beginning,glue clumps and screws,
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hi all. im going to give it a bash at making a hog scoop. im nearly all set to go but one question i have is do the panels need to fit into rebated sides or can you cut them at 600?
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Originally posted by tom thumb tom thumb wrote:

hi all. im going to give it a bash at making a hog scoop. im nearly all set to go but one question i have is do the panels need to fit into rebated sides or can you cut them at 600?
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I've seen non-rebated hogs done like that....it's about the added strength though so if I were to do it at 600/not rebated I think I'd leave the screws in too...and use strong glue (e.g. expanding pu).

Hopefully someone who's done it before may shed some light :) 

Good luck!


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Originally posted by SpeakerFreaker0181 SpeakerFreaker0181 wrote:

I have built 2 hog scoops and loaded them with PD1850's. I use a Crown Macrotech 3600vz amp and Xilica xp4080 DSP.

However, when I turn up the volume they start to ramble. I have tried to resolve this issue but I can't seem to find the cause. 

Does anybody have some advice on how to resolve this issue? 

Out of interest are they double braced throughout? Or single through the middle. And is every baffle braced?  


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Originally posted by KingGwarn KingGwarn wrote:

Originally posted by tom thumb tom thumb wrote:

hi all. im going to give it a bash at making a hog scoop. im nearly all set to go but one question i have is do the panels need to fit into rebated sides or can you cut them at 600?
thanks

I've seen non-rebated hogs done like that....it's about the added strength though so if I were to do it at 600/not rebated I think I'd leave the screws in too...and use strong glue (e.g. expanding pu).

Hopefully someone who's done it before may shed some light :) 

Good luck!

thanks kinggwarn il try this way first i think
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