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mtnsun 04-08-2008 5:08 PM

Thinking about going with Wet Sounds, 3-some speaker package for my tower. Anyone have input or feedback about their products (good-bad)? Just seeing how people like the sound and performance of their speakers. Thanks.<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65921/566312.jpg" alt="Upload">

lovin_the_wake 04-08-2008 5:09 PM

dude it's wet sounds . . . . . . . .

hatepain 04-08-2008 5:15 PM

Never heard of them before apparently they copied the very popular Brand X wakeboard tower speakers. <BR> <BR>Do this go into search and you might be able to find a few hundred threads on Wet Sounds.

mtnsun 04-08-2008 5:25 PM

Thanks, <BR> Just did a search and found some good feedback. Just wanting to get others opinions about their product before I drop the cash.

hatepain 04-08-2008 5:31 PM

You probably found out that their the shizz huh? What amp do you intend to power them with?

mtnsun 04-08-2008 6:15 PM

That was mu next question! What's the recomendation for powering those babies up? I already have; <BR>Kenwood cd/mp3 deck <BR>4 infinity 300 watt 6x9's <BR>4 infinity 180 watt 6 1/2's <BR>4 Infinity 150 watt 4" <BR>2 Pioneer Champion Series 10" subs (2500 watts each) built in custom enclosures <BR>A few Rockford Fosgate amps (2 400 watt 4 channel &amp; 2 600 watt 4 channel) <BR> <BR>It sounds pretty dam good! Just need the finishing touch with the tower speakers (and a small electric power plant to run all of this).

hatepain 04-08-2008 6:28 PM

150 watts rms for the pro 80's and 300 watts rms for the 485 so if you wanted to stay Fosgate you could run a T600-4 bridged for 300 watts a side.

mtnsun 04-08-2008 7:57 PM

Thanks for the info. I will look into the amp situation for the wet sounds system.

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