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Default Yamaha AR230 2005

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Really nice...Where'd you get your covers? We will begin shipping our own customer neoprene covers with locking zippers in about another 45 days. Thanks for sharing your installand for using our products!
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The covers were made by speaker sox http://www.speakersox.com/home.htm

They are starting to fade after 6 months.

Are the new versions of the tubbies really 3X louder. I may need to swap out a pair. While wakeboarding 70' behind the boat those 4 speakers are not loud enough. Driven with 2 X 300 watts RMS. I know the MT8252WS are rated at 4 ohms but with these spakers in parallel they make the amp way to hot. Any input ? I would like to post great reviews on the Yamaha jet boaters forum but I am trying to figure out what is going on with the amp heating up. In the past I have run a 500W RMS DVC sub with no problem on the same amp. The voltage is 13V - 12.4V
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Would the amp by chance be mounted verticle or upside down? Did you allow 1/4'' or more spacing to allow air to enter through the bottom of the amp?
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The Compression Horn is 10 dB louder. My guess is that it would be more audible to the boarder. They can also handle more power which will give you more head room in your system.
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