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post #31 of 32 Old 08-06-2013, 06:05 AM - Thread Starter
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This is a nice beast! Wish it dug just a little bit deeper... What happens if you widen the cab?

I'm building a pair of lil wreckers right now for a pair of ht15, I can't wait!

Just simmed the HT15 in a lilwrecker....looks pretty good! A pair should do some serious damage...! You get a little more output if you make it wider, but then the cuts become very inefficient in using plywood.
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Just simmed the HT15 in a lilwrecker....looks pretty good! A pair should do some serious damage...! You get a little more output if you make it wider, but then the cuts become very inefficient in using plywood.

Does the Bash 500 watt plate amp have a built in high pass filter? If so, what is it, and how can it be changed or defeated? Is there a way to change it to like 15hz or somewhere in that range?

I was going to use either a pair of Bash or Dayton 500 watt plate amps with my UM-15's, but if they have a high pass filter above 20hz, that won't work for me, unless they can be modified.
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