Adding speaker to varmint caller

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  1. Ron Gilmore

    Ron Gilmore Elite Refuge Member

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    I am looking for recommendations on add on speaker I can use with various calls.
    All are equipped with speaker output plug.
     
  2. CookMan

    CookMan Elite Refuge Member

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    I would go online and look at varmint speakers / systems.
     
  3. chasin mallards

    chasin mallards Senior Refuge Member

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    Primos Alpha Dogg you can add an external speaker. I think it says you can add up to a 25w or 50w speaker. I added a speaker last year to it but could only turn it up to a certain volume before the added speaker would crack.
     
  4. Ron Gilmore

    Ron Gilmore Elite Refuge Member

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    The cracking was my concern. I have looked on line but wasn't sure how loud I can go.
     
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    PorkChop Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I have an alpha dog. I have called coyotes in with it but it now sits in my closet. I bought a shockwave instead as an upgrade. But hands-down I prefer to use hand calls
     
  6. Ron Gilmore

    Ron Gilmore Elite Refuge Member

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    I do as well, but I have found that ecallers have a use as well. Some of the spots I hunt ecallers work better.

    But I have my own sounds, those deep long coulles I prefer to have it down in the bottom and be on the top.

    I want more volume in those situations.
     
  7. Brad's Birds

    Brad's Birds Elite Refuge Member

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    I used a foxpro sp60 speaker attached to my inferno call. I had no problem running howls at full volume and it was "loud". It was a little bulky to carry in a backpack with my call, but manageable..... the inferno remote continually gave me fits, so I upgraded to the shockwave.
     
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    howard s. Elite Refuge Member

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    Just how are you calling?
    Do you start low or high
     
  9. Ron Gilmore

    Ron Gilmore Elite Refuge Member

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    Depends on what setting I am working and proximity to where they are.

    I vary the sound levels to mimic an actual wounded or hurt critter. Will decrease sound as they approach. This method has worked well. Using a mouth call to finish if they dont hang
     
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    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    I know nothing about this speaker but on Mojo Outdoors website they have a small horn style speaker on clearance for $5. Think it said it has 8’ of cable, not sure if the plug would match yours or not.
     

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