|By AMO (amo) on Monday, February 23, 2009 - 4:35 pm:
|I'm sure this has been visited before on this site. I would like to hear the thoughts on the differences between the two tower systems. I am going to do one or the other. I want clean solid sound out to the rider. Which wetsounds amp would you recommend to power the tower system properly.|
|if sound while riding is your primary objective, i'd vote for 3-some and the syn6. bridge 1-4 to the 80's and bridge 5&6 to the 485.|
|By AMO (amo) on Monday, February 23, 2009 - 6:37 pm:
|Thanks Bruce. What is the objective of the double-up tower system?|
|Double-Up is pair of 60's and pair of MB8's. The MB8's are 8in mid-bass drivers without the horn.|
If you are looking for loud clean sound to the rider. The 3-Some is the set up. With the SYN-6 powering it.
The Double Up system is loud and clean for the rider as well but the 3-Some will provide more output.
Most that go with the Double Up are wanting a system that can provide a ton of punch in and around the boat. For surfing and party coves. Still loud at 80 feet but not as loud as the 3-Some set up.
|By AMO (amo) on Monday, February 23, 2009 - 8:31 pm:
|Thanks Tim, that made up my mind. 3-some it is with a Syn 6 just for it. Would a Syn 6 do a good job and provide enough power for 2 JL 10" free air subs and the in-boat 7.7 JL speakers?|
|Yes, that would be a great set up. A SYN-6 on the 3-Some and a SYN-6 running the inboats and subs. |
2 amp system. The SYN-6 is capable of 1000 watts. So a 2 amp system but around 2000 watts!