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Old 13 December 2006, 21:04   #1
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I'm looking at adding a pair of Wakeboard Tower Speakers to my rig. can anyone point me in the direction of a UK based supplier that has these speakers on display.
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Old 14 December 2006, 03:53   #2
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We have a supplier that do bolt on ones I can show you there catalogue when you pop in.
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These have to be the best?
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Tsunami-wakebo...QQcmdZViewItem
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Hi Biggles, Ya gotta be kidding me.... noise pollution...

You will be like Oddball (Donald Sutherland)Tank Commander in Kellys Heros (film, if you are old enough to remember it).

Dont forget the furry dice and Burberry Peak Hat.......

Use heavy duty Copper cable and Gold plated Connections if serious.....

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Old 14 December 2006, 12:12   #5
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Hi Biggles, Ya gotta be kidding me.... noise pollution...

You will be like Oddball (Donald Sutherland)Tank Commander in Kellys Heros (film, if you are old enough to remember it).

Dont forget the furry dice and Burberry Peak Hat.......

Use heavy duty Copper cable and Gold plated Connections if serious.....

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Hi Aidan

Oh I'm serious. Did I tell you I used to drive tanks like Oddball's !!

I was thinking more on the lines of Apocolypse now
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iv got 4 250w tower speakers for my rib just not got round to finding a good place for the amp. when i was having it made i sent down some wiring so it is wired up for thm but the wires are lead into the console. and i dont fancy having a 1000w amp floating above a 200L petrol tank. n i have been looing at amps from america the way the dollar is stacking up. i got my speakers from over there and the pyle marine stuff looks ok tho i have no experience of them.
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I was thinking more on the lines of Apocolypse now [/QUOTE]

Hey Biggles, Great film that....

Hi ANdy XS bst place for the Amp is over the side and best place for speakers, well, I am a gentleman.

Seriously, you cannot hang these to a a boat. they are for a rejuvinated Subaru with the boot dug out for 20" speakers to fill the vacume between the ears.....

Always useful in the fog tho..
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yea lol i need to find space on the aframe but i think it would be very mint in rough weather out on your own to have some good music on like some classic rock lol.
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yea lol i need to find space on the aframe but i think it would be very mint in rough weather out on your own to have some good music on like some classic rock lol.
Classical, why ANdy xs why didnt you say so, thats very different. Sort of riding the Valkeries sort of thing. Again I refer to Oddball in Kellys Heros. It was one if not the first film I ever went to 35 years ago I think.

Only messing Dude, make sure you point them to the rear. You dont want the sound waves sending you backwards like Tank Busters 20 MM CAnon Fire ( I know guys, technically this is impossible as its standing waves, too much knowledge.
You will have to play the Sound track to GOOD MORNING VIETNAM!
"I dont care what you play, just play it loud"! Followed by Blues Bros!
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