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agarabaghi
01-28-2013, 09:37 AM
Well we re did part of the system after the last box didnt hold up to the moisture. The previous box was ported with an XCON 10" on 2x apsm 1300 strapped together. It was loud for sure, but the port allowed too much moisture in and destroyed the box. I decided to go with a little less power and bit more cone area. Sundown SA12 subwoofer and 1 apsm 1300 @ 1ohm. The box is sealed this time, and i use truck bed liner and rubberized underbody spray. The outside was them primed with bathroom primer (says it worked in high moisture environments) and then painted with water proof spray paint, and finally carpeted.

In boat speakers: (4) JL Audio M770 7" drivers
Amp: Wetsounds Syn 6 (waterproofed arc audio amp basically)

Subwoofer: (1) Sunday SA12
Amp: Audiopipe Apsm-1300 1000 @ 1 ohm

Towerspeakers: (2) Wetsound Rev8 - 8" midbass driver + 1 HCLD horn in each pod
(1) Wetsound Pro480 - 2x 8" midbass driver + 1 HCLD horn
Amp: Wetsound Syn 6 (channel 5 + 6 bridged) 600 x 1 @ 4ohms
Audiopipe APMR-1504 bridged 230 x 2 @ 4 ohm

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kushy_dreams
01-29-2013, 01:47 AM
Looks great, I always like your boat builds.

If you choose to go ported again, make sure to cover the inside of the box with fiberglass resin so it's able to withstand the moisture.

Dtrom
01-29-2013, 01:53 AM
That really makes me want a boat!