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Wakeboard tower speakers

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Because you like loud party music blasting out everywhere you go. Wakeboard tower speakers can deliver sound precisely aimed at particular locations onboard or toward skiers and other off-board folks in the surrounding waters. Off-roaders use wakeboard tower speakers on their ATVs and trucks to bring outdoor music to their loud parties.

Wakeboard tower speakers are designed to play in and survive the hostile environments of extreme temperature changes, vibration, moisture, and dirt found in boating and off-road motoring. Also, wakeboard tower speakers are designed for marine and off-road application and mounting, and often come with the appropriate hardware for boat and ATV installation.

All wakeboard tower speakers can play full-range music with power and clarity, but if you want lots of bass without adding a subwoofer, get a speaker as large as possible. A lot of popular 8-inch models have frequency responses that dig down to the bassiest of bass beats. In addition, a lot of wakeboard tower speakers feature built-in RGB lighting systems, so you can add to the party with pulsating colored lights playing along with your music.

Wakeboard tower speakers are probably the easiest kind of speaker to install, because they are designed to be self-contained — you don't have to fit them behind a panel or inside a separate enclosure or box — and mount to the available factory railings and brackets found on most boats and off-road vehicles. The most difficult part is running the wiring if your boat doesn't already have speaker in the mounting location. 

Yes. Wakeboard tower speakers are designed to play loudly and need lots of amplifier power in order to operate correctly. For example, a typical wakeboard tower speaker that carries a 300 watts RMS power handling rating will require an amplifier of up to that much power per channel in order to sound good. An amplifier installation will include a marine-grade power and ground wiring kit, speaker wires, and signal connections from a receiver or wireless source.