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02-18-2020 10:42 AM
Jake_12
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Dang. They should change the name to Dry Sound


Yes I wasn’t all too thrilled about that I’d 100% go with actual speakers but it’s a good option for small space I guess


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02-18-2020 10:15 AM
texasislandboy I remove alot of them down here. A local dealer thinks every boat needs one before its sold. I pull them and replace them with a nice 4 speaker setup and a amp for not a whole lot more money than the sound bar.
02-18-2020 06:33 AM
fishin shallow
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I had one for about 3 years the it worked fine until it was about a year and a half old then the buttons stopped working . Called wet sounds and sent it in cost me 200$ to have refurbished they said it had water in it . I never meant to directly spray it with water when washing and boat was stored in a barn but I guess it’s possible . Once I got it back from them it worked great I just avoided getting it wet at all cost . It’s a good option for low pro sound and if you want some bass get a wet sounds powered sub doesn’t take up much room and good bass and the two connect with ease .


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Dang. They should change the name to Dry Sound
02-17-2020 07:58 PM
Jake_12 I had one for about 3 years the it worked fine until it was about a year and a half old then the buttons stopped working . Called wet sounds and sent it in cost me 200$ to have refurbished they said it had water in it . I never meant to directly spray it with water when washing and boat was stored in a barn but I guess it’s possible . Once I got it back from them it worked great I just avoided getting it wet at all cost . It’s a good option for low pro sound and if you want some bass get a wet sounds powered sub doesn’t take up much room and good bass and the two connect with ease .


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02-10-2020 09:51 AM
Trout chaser 2 Thanks for the reply's
02-09-2020 04:44 PM
trouttracker82 I have one on my shallowsport. The 6 ultra hd. I love it but wanted more. I added a set of revo 6’s and one of their small amps and it really rocks now. I will probably add a sub for bass in the future.


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02-09-2020 03:23 PM
That Robbie Guy I'm with this crowd - I love mine.
02-08-2020 08:03 PM
sgrem Here's mine....
02-08-2020 07:45 PM
TheRooster I had one on my old haynie flats attached to the grab rail like you're talking about doing and loved it. I had the stealth 6 ultra HD which is the bluetooth model, and never had a problem with it. Kept out in the elements since I was cheap and didnt want to pay for storage and never rusted or ruined anything. Never had an issue with the bluetooth connectivity either. Only issue as stated which really isnt an issue for most, is bass. You're not going to get alot of bass out of it seeing as it's basically 6 tweeters with an amp, or 10 if you get the stealth 10. but me personally, when I'm on the boat I dont really need the thump, just some good tunes to listen to while running to my spot. And it is PLENTY loud. At full blast sound it drowned out the sound of my johnson 115 2-stroke that was screaming, and at full sound level the speakers never clipped or distorted. Now that I have a new boat I've already told the wife I'm getting another one. Also now they have mounting hardware for grab rails for what we want as boaters whereas when I bought it they only had mounting hardware for UTV's or square tubing. Just find your grab rail tubing size and you're good to go. Also the wiring for the unit is very very simple, 2 cables and you're jamming, unless you want to run off an existing head unit then you'll have a couple rca cables to plug in and even then, very very easy. I highly doubt you'll be disappointed

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02-07-2020 11:05 PM
sgrem X2
...on two different boats now.
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