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Old 02-24-2018, 02:21 PM
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It definitely looks like a pair of speakers is connected to channels 3&4 on the 400/4 so you would have to move that pair to channels 5&6 on the 600/6 and set the filter settings to match channels 1-4. Hope that makes sense.


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Old 02-24-2018, 04:44 PM
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Thank you for the feedback Ranger.. i was wondering how the 400 sounded on two JL cans.. I think we’ve definitely decided to go with the wet sounds sd6 for the inboats, as I just can’t seem to find anything else that will give the 6 pairs enough power. For the towers, rev 8’s will be the choice because I’ve measured a couple times now and I just don’t think a pair of 10’s will fit. Not enough room between the mounting pucks.. so, I’m thinking immediately bridge the 400/4 as suggested for the factory speakers then when we get a pair of revs I’ll power them with a wet sounds sd2 or dx2.3hp.. haven’t decided yet on the amp. The dx2.3hp is $350 cheaper, but the sd2 would give a tad more power to four speakers and appearance wise, it would match the sd6 powering the inboats..

Let me add this for the MC purists out there lol.... my first choice was to get another set of factory cans for the tower. Don’t know if there is something special about the ZFT5p cans, but $2600 on mcpartsdepot!! Just the metal, would have to add speakers on top of that lol

https://mcpartsdepot.com/products/sp...eeters-2011-12

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Old 02-24-2018, 05:35 PM
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The rev 10s should fit I’ve got 4 of them on a ZFT4.
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Old 02-24-2018, 06:08 PM
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^^^ really?? Maybe I need to measure again. I pulled up the spec page on the wetsounds and I swear they were too wide to fit 2 pairs side by side.. the second problem was gonna be the height I think. Seems like they were gonna be almost 12 inches hanging. I’m 6’6 and I’m pretty sure sitting on the sun pad with feet on the back bench, 10’s would be too low. Hafts get on hands and knees to get down into the cockpit lol
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Old 02-24-2018, 07:43 PM
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Yeah I’m only 5’9” lol. With a little angle in the speakers they will work.
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