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The Wet Sounds PRO 80's are loud!
Hearing is believing
Innovation is the key to Wet Sounds success. By pursuing new technologies, and materials, and a unique engineering style, they have developed award winning products. There PRO 80 wakeboard tower speaker was named a 2007 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honoree.
Until now there have been very few options for quality wakeboard tower speakers that can deliver the output needed to reach the skier or wakeboarder. The "Pro Series" tower speakers from Wet Sounds are built using state of the art manufacturing, resulting in a robust product that will hold up in a marine environment. They were also designed and built to perform at 80 feet and beyond.
The Pro 80 is an award winning wakeboard tower speaker designed utilizing advanced and unique engineering technologies. It incorporates professional grade concepts and extensive acoustical engineering. The driver compliment in the PRO 80 consists of a single 8" Wet Sounds EFG (Epoxy Fiberglass) driver and a concentrically mounted Wet Sounds HLCD (Horn Loaded Compression Driver). This is a proprietary design by Wet Sounds known as a Pro-Axial. They ship with the Wet Sounds Trick Connect universal clamp, which fits towers from 1.5" to 2 7/8". The universal clamp is easy to remove from the tower for storage or towing and can also be turned to fire forward. With its accurate mid-bass reproduction and loud high frequency response, this will certainly "Inspire your ride at 80 feet and beyond".
The PRO 60 is a wakeboard tower speaker designed for those who crave the award winning design of the PRO 80 but need something in a smaller more compact size. Utilizing the same professional grade concepts and acoustical engineering, Wet Sounds developed a 6.5" version of their Pro-Axial driver. Wet Sounds also offers a PRO 60x Illusion for Illusion towers on Malibu brand boats.
Sounds Fast is Central Oregon's only source for Wet Sounds tower speakers. If you want the loudest boat on the water then you need to come to experience Wet Sounds for yourself.