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    Posted: 15 December 2016 at 10:30am
build some emini scoops braced to hell and 600 wide,they will stamp all over the hogs , have heard both side by side a few times :)

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Hog scoops all day long 
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After testing my X1's on the inf6 can safely say I'm happy with the results god only knows what they would sound like driven from an inf 8 as with some bass heavy music and the inf 6 on just over half Boom!!!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote C-Audiofreak Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 May 2016 at 12:02pm
well i have just loaded mine after three years in the process of building as and when i have time and or cash i have opted for loading them with the void V18 and i havent driven them on a proper amp yet as havent had the time as of yet but i hooked it up to a hifi amp just to make sure everything was working and im happy with the sound at low volumes so cant wait to hook them up to my void inf6 in bridge mode to hear their full potential unleashed i was going to build four X1 but really dont think i need four at mo

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the ratio is 1 hog to 1,5 X1.
so you would need 6 X1 to keep up with 4 Hogs.

the advantages of the x1 are that they are super easy to build, much lighter then the hogs + even go low in singles. that's why they are great for small venues & transportation in small vehicles as well.
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hogs hogs hogs!!
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Originally posted by TheAmazingGanjaMan TheAmazingGanjaMan wrote:

Have used both, can say the x1s will go lower in singles or pairs and are much more warm, but the hogs are alot more brutal and physical


i agree, i've never quite been totally contented stood in front of a hog based system, but i do love my x1s. horses for courses, and if you are after brutality then hogs are probably the winner.

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Have used both, can say the x1s will go lower in singles or pairs and are much more warm, but the hogs are alot more brutal and physical
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4 hogs!
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hogs are surprisingly compact imo
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If you sell your x1 and bring them to austria I´ll buy them!
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X1s are huge for what they do and awkward to move. Hogs are all round a much better cabinet.
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