ILgoosehunter12 wrote:i usually have mine in the pit or by the blind so i can control the volume. like i said the speakers i have can get loud, i just lose a little quality. maybe messing with settings on the amp would help. i just hate electronics. lol
bighop wrote:Destined to be a child of the system now. Bounced around from house to house, abused, mistreated, earning his way on the streets. There's probably an expensive crack habit and a pair of those hind-leg wheels in his near futre.
Cujo1 wrote:ILgoosehunter12 wrote:i usually have mine in the pit or by the blind so i can control the volume. like i said the speakers i have can get loud, i just lose a little quality. maybe messing with settings on the amp would help. i just hate electronics. lol
Are you using a big battery to supply plenty of power? Our set up won't work or sound right with a small battery like for a lawn mower. So we use a big battery and all is well even at the loudest of settings
tornadochaser wrote:Car battery for an e-caller? I can run my 4 speaker units all day on a 8ah sealed battery. Gone are the days of the big boomers. Multiple units throughout the spread mostly on low volume are the ticket.
tornadochaser wrote:One of many threads on various forums for building a e-caller. Carter, I live in Sioux falls if you ever want to see a couple different types of builds.
The Pas Swamp Donkey wrote:Buy a cheap amp with a SD card reader built in, some PYLE speakers and you are off to the races. A 12v car battery will give you lots of amps. The bigger the speakers, generally the more efficient. Bass tends to cause more distortion, so you can tune the amp more in the midrange and treble rather than bass, or go to a bigger amp. You can get a 100 watt amp for 40$ from Amazon, and it works just fine. You may want to get a couple setups, so you can run multiples in your spread.
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