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    Air Nautique Wet Sounds Overhaul

    • Year: 2001 Brand: Nautique / CC Model / Trim: SAN Cost: (unspecified) DIY or Professional Install: Professional Install Installation Shop: Mikes Liquid Audio Sound Project Components: Upgraded Head Unit, Upgraded Amps, Upgraded Cabin Speakers, Upgraded Tower Speakers, Upgraded Subwoofer / Box, Other

    This SAN had 4 stock clarions, a pair of Kicker KMT67, 3 amps (not sure why) Clarion CMD4 and no woofer. Tower wiring was ziptied to the tower and run through holes in the deck. 

    New Build: We gutted everything audio and completely started from scratch. New Clarion M303 with blue tooth and vinyl trim plate to cover the old mounting holes. New Wet Sounds Rev-8 with LED rings for the tower, 2 pair Revo-6 black XS stainless, SS-10B woofer in sealed enclosure behind the helm facade all driven with a single SD-6 and capped off with the RGB Music controller. 

    Prior to coming to us, it was across the street at J&J Upholstery getting skins and carpet. Boat looks great now. The seats have black piping, so I though the black and stainless XS style revo grill would look good. 













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    I'll never change my mind on this:  it's always cooler to see an old boat fixed up with modern technology, especially huge upgrades.   Awesome

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