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Need help with brackets - Pro 80s on Illusion X


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I've searched and found a lot of threads related to Rev 8/10 on Illusion towers, but am having trouble finding what brackets I need for the Pro 80. As stated I have an Illusion X tower and the opportunity to purchase a couple pairs of Pro 80s from a member on the forum. I know they used to sell Pro 80X which was designed for my tower... what I need to know is can 2 sets of regular Pro 80s be retrofitted to fit an Illusion X tower, and if so what brackets do I need? I have called and emailed wetsounds but nothing back yet. Thanks for the help guys.

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Omar called me back, I need a conversion kit and probably a DXT bracket. Now all I have to do is decide between 2 pairs of used PRO 80s or a new pair of Rev 10s????

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I went with 3 pairs of rev 10's and absolutely love them. The larger cone allows more mids and voice as opposed to a tinny sound. Having the ws 420 and your system scoped with a test cd helps a ton. Check with a professional on that one if you don't own one. Both are great choices but maybe you want the extra 2 inches of cabin air space.

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I think I'm gonna go with the pro 80s, only because the amp I have is perfect to put right about 200 watts into each speaker. I am trying to stay budget conscious and another big amp to drive rev 10s is probably a little much right now.

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