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Cass Creek Big Horn Speaker(1170965)
Cass Creek Big Horn Speaker - Amplify your calls.A remote speaker gives you a greater edge with the Ergo and Nomad calls.
Cass Creek Big Horn Speaker - The Big Horn Speaker has 75' of cable for maximum separation. Works with most MP3 players plus can be used with many other calls. Use with your Cass Creek Ergo or Ampli-Fire Electronic Game Calls.
These units feature an LED power indicator, simple to operate push button on/off switch, sure grip adjustable handle, non-skid rubberized base. Operates on four standard C batteries (not included).
Works with most MP3 players
75 feet of cable
75' of cable, 4 standard C batteries These units feature an LED power indicator, simple to operate push button on/off switch, sure grip adjustable handle, non-skid rubberized base. Operates on 4 standard C batteries (not included).
Charles of Tucson, AZ - March, 06 2011:
This is an ok loudspeaker for the money. It's just not loud enough for Arizona hunting. It tends to distort at full volume (>90%), that's ok for high pitched calling, but howls and growls really get it to distort, so much so it's easy to tell it's an electronic caller (yes, the yotes know the difference). The operation is very simple, it's a push button, on/off switch. No volume to mess with. The volume will be controlled by the iPod. There is a "pop" sound when you turn it on though, so be aware of that before you head out to hunt. It's light weight and very compact, which is nice. I do like the design and the construction (even the handle is OK). It's built fairly rugged. The handle is of medium grade plastic, not somewhat flexible. The body is very ridged, it's a pretty tough case. There is a flimsy hook that pops out of the handle, it's like a coat hanger hook, just not as strong. It's pretty weak, but the unit is very light, so it's functional. Just don't mess with it too much, I will probably break. The cord seems a little short. Why not just make it 100'? Batteries lasted all weekend, no worries, not sure how much is left, but it lasted for two full days. That's the biggest plus of the unit so far. All in all, it's an OK amplifier. I ran it hooked up to an iPod, and it worked, other than the distortion at full volume, and not being quite loud enough. If you are serious about predator hunting, and are able to spend the money, go with a FoxPro. If you're money is tight, I would recommend this only in the XL (extra loud) version. This one won't work for me, it's not quite loud enough, but I like the construction enough I will be buying the XL version.
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