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Old 01-14-2014, 05:22 PM
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SpeakerSox or Beyond the Wake

I need to replace my lost Wet Sounds speaker covers. I was wondering if anyone has any experience with the companies, Speakersox and/or Beyond the Wake.

I do not need sound transparent but I need good waterproof covers for the rain.
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Old 01-14-2014, 05:28 PM
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I have Speakersox. They work well for keeping bugs off but they are not waterproof.
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I have Speakersox. They work well for keeping bugs off but they are not waterproof.
Love my speakersox! Not waterproof but your speakers should be anyway right?
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I love my Speakersox covers. Have the wakeboard rack covers as well. They work great, not waterproof though. Shouldn't need to be waterproof if you have marine tower speakers.....


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I also have speakersox and they work good. I have 2 red and 2 black and they will fade in the sun over time.
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I have Speakersox. They work well for keeping bugs off ..........
...all you need to do is rinse the bugs off in the lake. I also have the rack covers and they work great also.....
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My Speakersox have been great. I'd certainly recommend them.
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Another vote for SpeakerSox.
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Old 01-15-2014, 12:32 PM
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The reason I said "waterproof" is because I don't want water getting inside of my Pro 60's. Should that even be a concern? I am assuming even if the cover gets soaked it's not like it will be running water inside.

It looks like everyone likes Speakersox haha, Beyond the Wake is significantly cheaper that is why I am a little nervous going with those. Surprised no one has used them.
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Old 01-15-2014, 12:37 PM
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The reason I said "waterproof" is because I don't want water getting inside of my Pro 60's. Should that even be a concern? I am assuming even if the cover gets soaked it's not like it will be running water inside.

It looks like everyone likes Speakersox haha, Beyond the Wake is significantly cheaper that is why I am a little nervous going with those. Surprised no one has used them.
Speakersox are the big name in covers. Their product is awesome, they stand behind it too, so there's no reason to recommend anyone else, IMO.
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