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Old 07-15-2013, 07:17 PM
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Anyone ever mounted very small speakers on/under their T-Top?

I had a T-Top put onto my boat and have it wired internally for either sound or overhead light. I'd rather have a small speaker mounted underneath to support the two speakers on the console. Having trouble finding the small speakers. Any thoughts appreciated.
Old 07-16-2013, 07:38 PM
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Nothing?
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I am looking to do the same thing. Hopefully some ideas will surface.
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I use BOSE 151 and love them. I bought them back in 1998 and they are still going strong. Not a lot of bass but I also have a 10" JL sub woofer for that.
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sea vee uses some poly planar speakers for vhf speakers overhead but they are very small like 2 to 4 inches. they also need a trim ring bc they are 1.5" deep.
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I put 10 boom speakers under mine pointed toward the back can hear them on the beach sound good when going 6 x 9 up front for the girls while laying out
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Originally Posted by bradv View Post
sea vee uses some poly planar speakers for vhf speakers overhead but they are very small like 2 to 4 inches. they also need a trim ring bc they are 1.5" deep.
I'm looking to do something exactly like this on my 26 Regulator. I currently have 3 sets of JL speakers running off a 6ch. amp. Im thinking of adding small (~ 4" speakers) or even JL tweeters under the hardtop.
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They are not small and probably need to mount to stanchions, but wake board speakers work nicely. 6" is a common size. but there could be smaller ones available too.
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I have the JL ones in pods that contender molds onto the t-top
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Originally Posted by -001 View Post
I have the JL ones in pods that contender molds onto the t-top
Is that for a soft T-Top?

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