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    Best AMP for soggydog audio?

    I want to add a clean speaker system to my RXP without the need to drill holes into my hull. Obviously the soggydog system is the way to go. What's the best AMP to go with it? I obviously want it to be as loud as possible, but also have good sound quality. Should I just go with the one I can buy from them, or go with a different kind?


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    Why? Buy a big charger and that's your stereo

    also the seadoo charging system isn't meant for amperage of a stereo
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    True hahaha

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    I just purchased the soggy dog audio. Taking it to the dealer this upcoming week or next weekend to get it installed. I went with the amp that's available from them, the 80 watts/channel, 2 channel one. It will provide 40 watts to each speaker which I thought was enough with the speakers not being that big.

    You should contact the owner, Kevin. His number and email are on the soggy dog audio site and he will answer all of your questions!

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    Thanks Bryan! You'll have to let me know how it sounds

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    Thanks Bryan! You'll have to let me know how it sounds
    No problem! I definitely will. I'm going to make a first impressions thread with pictures and videos when I get it done!

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    Just add a smaller battery to the system. I use a li ion battery pack. I'm kinda running outta room in my rxt.
    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    Why? Buy a big charger and that's your stereo

    also the seadoo charging system isn't meant for amperage of a stereo

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    I'm thinking I'll do the stereo + stage one kit this year, then sell it and get a RXP X.

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    I'm thinking I'll do the stereo + stage one kit this year, then sell it and get a RXP X.
    Why wouldn't you just buy the rxpx and do the stereo and stage 1 to that? Haha

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    I'm working my way up the models hahaha

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