WET SOUNDS 10" EFG 4 Ohm EFG™ HLCD Black Tower Speakers, Pair (REV10B)
Revolution Series is the pinnacle of wakeboard tower speaker design offering the most advanced speaker design anywhere in the world. Available colors are Gloss White or Gloss Black with UV inhibitors REV TEC design features enhanced mid bass response at all volume levels with smooth frequency response for amazing near field and wake range sound quality.
Announce Your Lake Presence with Authority!
Wet Sounds represents the ultimate in high performance marine audio. Their speakers are specifically designed to not only survive, but thrive in the demanding marine environment. State of the art acoustic engineering combine with years of experience have combined to create an unrivaled marine audio experience. The Revolution Series marine speakers are no exception. These tower speakers utilize Wet Sounds' proprietary REV TEC™ technology to provide outstanding volume and mind blowing full range sound quality both on and off axis. These speakers have been extensively tested to provide out-of-this world sound at distances of over 80 feet without taking a hit in quality or performance.
Marine Quality Construction
The Revolution series speakers utilize advanced materials and design techniques to ensure long lasting life. To create stellar sound performance without sacrificing durability, Wet Sounds developed a special cone made from a blend of Kevlar, epoxy and fiberglass called EFG™. This special cone is immune to intermittent UV and moisture exposure.
Be Heard Across the Lake
A full passive crossover network allows the Revolution tower speakers to deliver perfectly tuned frequencies to the powerful 10" woofer for full, rich sound. These speakers are capable of tremendous volume and mid bass without the listener fatigue usually associated with higher volumes. You'll be heard from across the water with Revolution tower speakers!
Pro-Axial™ Driver, Pro Sound
The Revolution speakers feature a titanium horn loaded compression driver (HLCD) designed to produce a wide, horizontal trajectory for sound production in a directed path as well as off axis without sacrificing quality. The HLCD is considered to be an incredibly efficient transducer that provides outstanding output without much power usage.