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    Posted: 02 September 2009 at 12:14am
what is the most beastly sub to do it? i have been on here forever and am possibly the most indecisive person i know as i always rethink my needs for 5 minutes then wander off to play a game or something... now i am considering TWO stacks with one sub and one midtop per side that do ALL ineed.  what is this one sub and one midtop in your more experienced eyes? i also intend to put wheels on the bottom then chain the midtop to the sub and am open to multiple driver subs.  My reasoning is having two big stacks with 3 big amps and a crossover to power subs, mids, and highs, and to just have two big stacks that just WHEEL around with deceptively loud sound for the small parties i do (largest sound for the smallest parties :D) and just say F lifting ill buy a handicap van... I am assuming bass, mids, and highs will all be horn.  what is the most epic combo like that in your more exposed eyes? or perhaps something more responsive to my weird flakyness to one up me would be cool too... i just like being able to set up by myself extremely quickly and safely it always influenced my needs in the past since i am not strong in any way whatsoever... but i know i get what i pay for and invest in and i need some heavy sound.  I hate to say it but i would love obscure designs for these two wheeled stacks and feel the intimidation factor of a sound system aesthetics is part of the fun :X
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a big varierty of techno gets played and whatnot... some is rly kicky some just booooom... i want it all to sound good.  i also by nature prefer more mystical trancey things outdoors and way more kicky electro indoors which influenced my decision on some GRIZZLY horns... they just fit from how i describe my indoor vs outdoor music tastes
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if your only going to be using 1 bass bin per stack and want to go horn loaded i think you will have to have it in 1 single mono stack to make the horns couple

what type of tunes do you play too?
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If you want to use a single horn per side its either going to be rather large, or you would probably be best off compromising on full horn loading and going for something like a 15" tapped, or ported horn.

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Simple solution, "Hogs" if you can handle the size/weight.

I was at a  venue a few weeks ago with just 3 in use and an absolutely unbelievable amount of air movement. Stick in some void 1200's and jobs a good-un

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Originally posted by Tony Wilkes Tony Wilkes wrote:

Simple solution, "Hogs" if you can handle the size/weight.

I was at a  venue a few weeks ago with just 3 in use and an absolutely unbelievable amount of air movement. Stick in some void 1200's and jobs a good-un

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what about 1x 6 WSX stuck together, one of those perside would do the job
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Originally posted by Tony Wilkes Tony Wilkes wrote:

Simple solution, "Hogs" if you can handle the size/weight.

I was at a  venue a few weeks ago with just 3 in use and an absolutely unbelievable amount of air movement. Stick in some void 1200's and jobs a good-un

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HOGS and techno ????   Dead
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A good sub is a good sub period. The Hog is a great Sub. The upper bass/mid cab would have to be well thought out.
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