Frequency: 35 to 200Hz

Enclosure Type: Scoop

Size: 986x636x950mm

Recommended Drivers: pdf  PD1850 (488.93 kB) , image  v18-1000 (98.26 kB) , image  v18-1200 (67.96 kB) , pdf  18tbx100 (105.74 kB) , pdf  18LW1400 (44.66 kB)  (view pdf) or  pdf  SD18 (413.58 kB)

Plan:  archive  HOG-Scoop (150.65 kB) alt

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Designer: Stipe Ercegovic (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Posted: 1 hour 23 minutes ago by rk71186 #22928
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any one adapted these to fit PD1851's if so can someone send me the plans
Posted: 1 month 4 days ago by Fulleffect87 #22861
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Anyone know if it's possible to load these with the driver flipped, magnet facing out?
Posted: 9 months 1 week ago by Reality Sound #22305
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Looks good dude. Are requests to build Hogs common?
Posted: 9 months 1 week ago by bee #22304
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Posted: 9 months 1 week ago by bee #22302
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Posted: 9 months 1 week ago by bee #22301
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mini-mad wrote:
gapedo wrote:
cubo 18
No its not a kick cab... it wont work!
Es 18bph or the
Es 15bph..... or maybe a HD15. I believe the Es 18bph was designed for the hog.

the es18 was modded to fit above the hog perfect. search for electrical mod es18.....
or look on hear for the build pics of the first ones built.... :)

The 1852 in a hog will hit the rear baffle and top of cab, I modded the first hogs for 52's for emperor stafari sound system, again build pics on this site.
People are calling the modded hogs for the 52, super hogs :ohmy:

The first 4 built were with the pre production models of the 52, and they were using them for a few months before the drivers were released.
Posted: 9 months 2 weeks ago by mini-mad #22289
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gapedo wrote:
cubo 18
No its not a kick cab... it wont work!
Es 18bph or the
Es 15bph..... or maybe a HD15. I believe the Es 18bph was designed for the hog.
Posted: 9 months 2 weeks ago by gapedo #22279
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cubo 18
Posted: 1 year 1 month ago by Vaibhavdj141996 #21857
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which is the suitable mid top plan for hog scoop?
Posted: 1 year 1 month ago by c-audiofreak #21854
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hi guys would the eminence omega pro 18 work in this cab as i cant really afford the other drivers as want to build 4 of these and loading them with pd 1850 or the like would be out of my budget.Ideally i want to build 4 hogs, 4 hd 15 horns, 4 x10 cabs for a general purpose stack i have the amp power to drive this lot but this will be my long term project as want a rig for larger venues and outdoor work live music as well as dj stuff.
All cabs will be made of ply and painted with black tuff cab paint and have metal corners fitted, i intend to save money on mounting plates for the sockets by making my own, this rig will be my big rig and the speakers you see in my avatar will be my medium rig and the bose 802's will be my small rig that is the plan,with the afore mentioned rig 4hog 4hd and for x10 how many people will this cater for inside and outside? intended drivers would be although not in the recommended drivers list in the X10 cabs beta 10s and eminence psd 3006 comp drivers with eminence horns H2EA then the eminence omega pro 18s in the hogs and eminence kappa pro LF in the hd15 cabs jb systems 200 watt amp on the CD's c-audio RA3000 on the beta 10's peavey PV2000 on the HD's and 2 C-Audio SR 707 bridged for the hogs?
Posted: 1 year 1 month ago by Vaibhavdj141996 #21849
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sir, I am want full plan of hog scoop. so please, help me.
Posted: 1 year 3 months ago by DJ Diaz #21669
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what modifications do i have to make to fit my pd.1851 into a hog? they are "deeper" than the recommended pd.1850
thank you in advance.
Posted: 1 year 4 months ago by cristobal1446 #21656
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saves friend via coincidence where CV AB36 get up to so much trouble if not I am from Venezuela to manufacture these Serwin vega ab box 36 and which is not the original measure for this lightbox
Posted: 1 year 10 months ago by oxigenoman #20711
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which is the difference between the HOG SCOOP and the BASIC BASS SCOOP which is better?
Posted: 2 years 2 months ago by bgrade #20191
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I think MDF is denser and sounds better, but there are concerns about joints cracking under the weight of larger MDF boxes. Also, MDF is extremely moisture sensitive. If you built them for an install MDF would be fine. If you are carrying them around, I would recommend birch.
Posted: 2 years 2 months ago by ronnieb #20190
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Can you use medium density fibre board for this box...I read somewhere that its better than ply...
Posted: 2 years 4 months ago by tamuks #19928
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managed to built 4 and 3as shoked with the results. wanna see how 6 will sound
Posted: 2 years 4 months ago by magic #19804
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built one of these last year loaded with a PD184 bassline deep alot deeper than a bass bin wondering could you build 15" version
Posted: 2 years 5 months ago by bgrade #19666
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That is just the area of the throat at specific points in the horn path. If you just use the measurements on the plan, you should not go wrong, unless you are trying to modify the design, and then you will have a fair bit of math to do. I would say just stick to the plan.
Posted: 2 years 5 months ago by eastman17c #19665
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Hi
How to measure the S1 - S5, etc of the actual construction plan of the Hog scoop ?
i cannot get how to transformer those value to actual measurement of the plyboard. thanks
Posted: 2 years 5 months ago by eastman17c #19647
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thank you
Posted: 2 years 7 months ago by patryk1305 #19342
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Yeah I know it's only calculated SPL and thanks for all the help! :)
Posted: 2 years 7 months ago by bgrade #19341
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it would probably come close if you put in all the numbers right. Horn Resp does not take into account losses from panel vibration so it would probably lose a dB or two there, but the driver would probably shred rather quickly.