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Old 03-22-2013, 11:08 PM
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David, I only want to upgrade my stereo once so I am holding out until I can afford to do it right the first time. So how do the Rev8's compare to the Rev10's? What amp would you recommend if I went with Icon8, Rev8, or Rev10?

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Old 03-23-2013, 11:33 AM
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David, I only want to upgrade my stereo once so I am holding out until I can afford to do it right the first time. So how do the Rev8's compare to the Rev10's? What amp would you recommend if I went with Icon8, Rev8, or Rev10?

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The Wetsounds Rev8 is very linear (absolutely no radical changes in amplitude across the audio spectrum). The mid/treble is a bit up front.
The Wetsounds Rev10 has a midrange that is slightly recessed with a bit more aggression in the upper treble.
The above slight differences are subjective as to which each individual prefers.
What is completely objective is that the Rev10 has more radiating surface area and is louder...period. The Rev10 has more pod displacement so it reaches deeper into the midbass.
On our site, under system packages, we have both the Rev8 and Rev10 packaged with multiple amplifier choices from minimum to maximum for each model.

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