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Amp recommendations for Rev 10 and cabin speakers


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I am trying to get all the piece together to upgrade the sound system on my ‘01 23lsv. Last year when the stock cabin speakers went I replaced them with 6 Wetsound XS-65ic’s. There is some no name amp under the helm that runs everything and it cuts out all the time. 

I am about to purchase a set of Rev 10’s and am looking for either an amp that can power everything or an amp for the tower speakers and then a separate amp for the cabin speakers. Any help would be awesome.


just to clearify right now there is a set of kicker tower speakers and the wetsound cabin speakers that are running on some ancient amplifier, and that is all run off of a Bluetooth head unit 

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From a do-it-once-do-it-right perspective, I'd do a JL HD 750/1 for the towers (running mono to a pair of revs at 375w per speaker), and a JL XD 1000/5 for the cabins (75w for one pair, and then 50w to each of the other two pair (100w per channel parallel)) and the sub you need (600w @2ohms).

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With no woofer, id go with a pair of Syn-DX-4, one for tower, one for 3 pair of in-boats. 

if you want to add a woofer, then one DX4 and one Syn-DX6 for in-boats and 4 ohm woofer. 

or go all in and get two SDX-6 for pair of towers, woofer and 6 in-boats. One for woofer and tower, 2nd for in-boats. 

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