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Thread: Boat Speakers

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    Gold Member Gold Member thedonz's Avatar
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    Re: Boat Speakers


    thanks, but I need 5.25....first dibbs are waived

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    Re: Boat Speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by thedonz

    I need to fit them in the existing holes, I believe they are you have a deal on the Pioneers? Are they worthy?

    I have not heard anything about the 8 inch ,they just came out ,My distributor doesent even have them yet. The 6 1/2 2 way are suppose to be a decent speaker for the money.I dont think they will fit the 5 1/4 hole . They do make adaptors but you probably would want to cut it larger if ya got the room .

    If got room for the Babbs there about the same price as the 8 inch Pioneers.The hole for the Babb 10 inch is a lot smaller than a 10 inch but still has a 10 cone surface area.

    Boost makes up for Cubic Inchs

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    Re: Boat Speakers

    Stay away from infinity 6x9 marine speakers.

    They do not like water at all. So marine speakers are they not!

    I had 3 pairs in my boat last summer. They all start to make a ugly sound due to the glue that hold the basselement dissolve when the element gets wet.

    I have got new from the store I bougth them from every time. But it is very irritating.

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    Re: Boat Speakers

    The Babb are good speakers,but they take some decent power to get good sound out of them. If your not going to use an amp, I would use something else. Depending on what you want to spend... Bazooka makes marine speakers... I have had good luck with them. They are mid range priced.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member mcollinstn's Avatar
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    Re: Boat Speakers

    Give me a holler on the 6.5 MBQ's.
    I bought some Boss speakers cause they were cheap and I'm not all that impressed with em.
    Been considering the MBQ's. Shoot me a price if they're not already spoken for (which ones are they? the NKA116?)
    I see London, I see France...

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    Re: Boat Speakers

    I just installed 4 JL AUDIO 6x9 3-way speakers in my dads sea ray coustic 240 and a pioneer premier deh-900p ?head unit (I think thats the model number) those speakers kick azz. speakers and amp were about $500 very loud and still some good bass. we were at put in bay and a guy in a newer sea ray was mad at us because we were drowning out his BOSE system.

  7. #17
    Doller Offshore

    Re: Boat Speakers

    audiobahn builds some great marine speakers(great warranty,water proof,great sound) different sizes,woofers etc.---give a call 800-376-1616 or 954-237-0332 art

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