I was curious if anyone has upgraded their sound system, in particular their tower speakers. I was wanting to add 4 speakers and replace my existing 2 speakers on my tower. I was also wanting to add a light bar as well. My only concern is making sure I don't add too much weight to potential cause structural damage to tower, especially under the stress of towing a wakeboarder. I was wanting to put some subs up there, but the subs weight 30lbs each. Anyone know what the suspended weight limited on tower is?
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Thread: Suspended Tower Weight
03-03-2003, 11:07 AM #1Junior Member
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Suspended Tower Weight
03-04-2003, 12:33 AM #2Administrator
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R.F. I have seen some pretty rad set-ups, with no issues to the cage. To cofirm my allegations for sure, check with Matt Brown at Skiers Choice.Brian Raymond
03-04-2003, 10:03 PM #3Guest
Subs on a tower are like shoes on a duck. The bass does not travel like mids and highs. Talk to some stereo shops. For a speaker set up look at Mako or www.wetboxtowers.com
I have a light bar and 4 6x9 speaker in a fiberglass box and the sound is super. No stress problems for the tower.
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