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Old 09-23-2011, 04:41 PM
wetsounds1 wetsounds1 is offline
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Dual SYN-4's on Dual REV 10's is the ticket. This is what we are running in our demo boat. Gives you 400x2 and 400x2. REV 10 can take a lot of power and ya'll are right we do under rate or shall I say real world rate our stuff. 300 watts RMS on the REV 10 rating is what i like to see as a bare min. You can run a SYN-2 for 200 and they sound great but not to the fullest potential. Now once you get 400 to them,as David pointed out. The dynamics are intense and the mid bass punch is killer. You can feel the mid bass punch you!

Tim
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Old 09-23-2011, 05:00 PM
agarabaghi agarabaghi is offline
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stop it.... now i want to add 2 Rev 8s or 10s to my tower (already has a pro 485 and a syn6 lol)
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:52 PM
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Any update on this topic with new wetsounds sinister amps. Considering a pair of rev10's with possible adding 2 more in future, would like 1 amp that would be able to drive either situation and the more efficient (less battery eating) the better.

Also: anyone know exactly what JL audio speakers and subs come in the 2013 models? Specifically the x30 if that matters, with pro package. I've heard stock amps are underpowered, specifically concerned about the stock sub but no idea if it's decent or not.
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Old 02-18-2013, 08:11 PM
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Pap,

The full-range Class-D Wet Sounds SD-2 will deliver 400W rms x 2 @ 4 ohm for a single pair of Rev-10 and 620W rms x 2 @ 2 ohm, so 310W net to each if you added a 2nd pair.
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