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Jbuenojr 06-18-2013 11:06 AM

stereo system upgrade on 2013 v215
 
Hello all.
Does anyone have v215 with any tower speakers set up? What brand would anyone recommend to put in the boat. Wet sounds? Kicker? We do wake board and surf . any pictures to share on there set up
Thanks
Johnb

tyler97217 06-18-2013 11:10 AM

You will probably be starting a war here....
Most popular and argued about topic on WW...
Look at Exile and Wetsounds cause this will probably turn into a battle of these two brands anyway...
1 vote for Exile!!!!!
ha ha

Camsquared211 06-24-2013 7:33 PM

1 vote for wet sounds! Exile and wetsounds are very similar. Both sound great, both are comparable in price. I believe wetsounds produces a little better sound over exile. Exile has good service though, if you need to ask questions about setup or install, you can do an online chat with a tech. I would put wetsounds in my boat tho.

ryanw209 06-24-2013 8:12 PM

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Another vote for Wetsounds Rev 10's. One pair powered by a SYN4 is all you will ever need.

Camsquared211 06-24-2013 11:06 PM

Ryan, How do those sound 80 feet back? I was debating between those or a set of 410's.

Dmac420sj 06-25-2013 10:01 AM

80' tuned right can hear very good. Speaker direction is important also.

bass10after 06-25-2013 10:45 AM

if you youtube wetsounds rev10 there's some video's of people testing out their speakers. In my experience you can hear them better in person than these mic's pick up. I have 300w rms from a jlhd600.4 briged going to 2 rev10's and can hear it over 100 yards away. 2 rev 10's is all you would NEED... but WANT is a funny thing

ryanw209 06-25-2013 11:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Camsquared211 (Post 1829875)
Ryan, How do those sound 80 feet back? I was debating between those or a set of 410's.

They sounds amazing. One REV410 or a pair of REV10's is really all you need to hear the music clear and loud at wakeboarding length. I think anything over that is more for looks and less about functionality.... that being said I'm still debating putting another pair of REV10's up mainly for aesthetics.

Camsquared211 06-28-2013 1:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ryanw209 (Post 1829960)
They sounds amazing. One REV410 or a pair of REV10's is really all you need to hear the music clear and loud at wakeboarding length. I think anything over that is more for looks and less about functionality.... that being said I'm still debating putting another pair of REV10's up mainly for aesthetics.

Thats alot of money for aesthetics haha. I may try the 410 in the middle and Rev10's on the outside

Dmac420sj 06-28-2013 8:52 AM

With both it will be loud!


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