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(2) Pairs Rockville RWB80W 8" White 600w Marine/Boat Wakeboard T

$171

(2) Pairs Rockville RWB80W 8" White 600w Marine/Boat Wakeboard T

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Product Description

(2) Pairs Rockville RWB80W 8" White 600w Marine/Boat Wakeboard Tower Speakers

Package Includes:

  • (2) Pair of Rockville RWB80W 8" Speakers Totaling 1200 Watts

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Advantages of the RWB80W:

  • No exaggerated power ratings : These speakers are rated with true world RMS ratings. No bootleg or exaggerated power ratings like other brands. These speakers are 200 watts RMS and 300 watts peak. (200 watts RMS is equal to about 500 watts rated by other brands)
  • New and improved mounting bracket reinforced with steel - The mounting brackets are waterproof and durable plastic. They are reinforced with nylon and steel to make them extra strong. The nylon allows easy adjusting while the strength of steel can withstand the toughest conditions.
  • Marine grade components and materials: these speakers are truly marine grade. They will not get damaged by water, salt water, or moisture. In addition the terminals (which are normally the first part of a marine speakers that gets damaged by water are made out of stainless steel and they are completely rustproof. There is also an additional waterproof coating cut completely protect the speakers.

Features:

  • Rockville RWB80W Pair of 8" WakeBoard Tower Speakers Totaling 600 Watts (300 Watts per speaker)
  • Color : White
  • 8" Two-Way High Fidelity Speaker System
  • Adjustable Nylon Mounting Bracket Reinforced With Embedded Steel
  • Includes Stainless Steel Mounting Hardware
  • 1" Polymide Dome Neodymium Midrange Tweeter
  • Built-In Two-Way Crossover Network
  • Fully Marinized Against Salt amp; Fresh Water Conditions
  • Completely Water / Rust Resistant
  • Terminals Are Sealed with Rubber Gaskets
  • Specially Tuned for PA Voice Over
  • Polypropylene Mica Injected Cone with Santoprene Surround
  • High BL Magnet Motor Structure
  • Y30 High Density Magnets
  • Oversized 1.25” Kapton Voice Coil
  • Includes Stainless mounting hardware that wont rust or corrode

Includes:

  • (2) Wakeboard Speakers
  • Mounting Brackets
  • Integrated Grill
  • Installation Hardware
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Details:

  • Power Rating :
  • Peak Power Handling : 1200 Watts (300 Watts per Speaker)
  • RMS Power Handling : 800 Watts (200 Watts per Speaker)
  • Frequency Response : 60–20,000 Hz
  • Sound Pressure Level : 98dB @ 1w/1m
  • Impedance : 4 Ohms

(2) Pairs Rockville RWB80W 8" White 600w Marine/Boat Wakeboard T

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