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    New PWC Sound System On Market

    I recently tested a new PWC stereo system that doesn't require any drilling or cutting for installation, but instead attaches with adhesive. Check it out if you're into tune-age...

    WaveAudia Rethinks The PWC Stereo System


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    Your "in depth review" link is not working.

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    Badass, now I can cruise to Britney spears and nsync woohoo

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    I've had the $600 Full Wave Audio system for 2 or 3 years now, with 4" thru footwell/deck speakers. http://www.fullwaveaudio.com/
    Still works great, even while wearing a helmut WOT, and not a safety hazard, as we ride with our heads on a swivel anyway, right?
    This new system is less expensive, won't require 4" holes in your deck, but will have diminished performance from the Full Wave, due to smaller speakers, boxes, and position. The 3M adhesive has been holding on my KeelGuards for years.
    See & hear mine in action in many of my 219 videos http://www.youtube.com/CdnSwampKing

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    Here's a bad ass kit. Very expensive but nothing's going to beat the sound of it
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=661

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    Sounds like a challenge to a sound off, eh Jerry buddy?
    5" 155w deck box VS 4" 200w built-in.
    I'm liking (without direct sound test comparison) the 4" built-in Full Wave because it uses the entire hull of the ski as a speaker box (you can google how important that is), speakers and amp are waterproof / submersible, and the system costs $300 less. However, not many of us are willing to drill two 4" holes through the decks of our brand new skiis. So, for those looking for minimal mounting impact, I recommend Jerry's high end system, and the WaveAudia for those on a tight budget.

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