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    Posted: 02 September 2009 at 10:04pm
How about Arcline and Stasys X? and accompanying midtops of course...
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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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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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what about 1x 6 WSX stuck together, one of those perside would do the job
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Big Bertha. One per side.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Father-Francis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 September 2009 at 10:54am
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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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

Tony
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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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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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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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