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Wet Sounds REV 410 Owner`s manual
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REV 410
Owner’s Manual & “Limited” Warranty
Technology Specifications:
Thank You for purchasing this Wet Sounds product. Wet Sounds marine audio
products represent the ultimate in high performance standards. The Revolution
Series is specifically engineered to withstand the rigorous marine environment.
Utilizing the state of the art acoustic engineering and three dimensional
computer aided design, our “Revolution Technology” represents the most
advanced technologies available for wakeboard tower speaker systems. The
Revolution series also provides multiple fitment options from fixed clamp
mount to our revolutionary (Patent Pending) stainless steel TC3 Quick
Disconnect Swivel clamp.
Please take a moment to read the instruction manual before starting your
installation. This manual will explain the benefits of the technologies developed
by Wet Sounds and will help you understand the correct installation methods
and use of this product. If you have any questions or concerns please contact a
certified Wet Sounds dealer. You may also contact Wet Sounds technical
support by dialing 1-877-WET-SPKR (1-877-938-7757)
SPEAKER SPECIFICATIONS REV 410
RMS: 400 watts
Peak: 800 watts
Mid Bass: Dual 10 inch Kevlar reinforced EFG™ cone woofers with
polyurethane surround
High Frequency: Separate Titanium Diaphragm High Output Horn Loaded
Compression Driver
Impedance: 4 ohm
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20 kHz
Sensitivity: 92DB at 1W/1M
The Revolution™ series uses our proprietary REV TEC™ technology. Unlike
most conventional designs, REV TEC technology provides remarkable volume
and amazing full range sound quality on axis and off axis at long distances.
Extensive acoustic testing has confirmed these speakers ability to project
volume at 80 feet and beyond without any loss of detail or information. Not
only does the Revolution series achieve volume and sound quality at a
minimum of 80 ft, but with the REV TEC technology the rider can enjoy
quality sound while riding outside the wake and being almost parallel to boat.
Taking high performance wakeboard tower speakers to the next level, Wet
Sounds has consulted with experts who spent countless hours examining the
human auditory system to find out which frequencies affect your ears the most
at loud volumes. The Revolution series has been designed from the ground up
to provide stunning output while eliminating certain frequencies that give that
“ringing” or harsh sound associated with loud volumes. This allows the
Revolution speakers to provide maximum output while still providing world
class sound quality without the listener fatigue usually associated with high
volumes.
The driver compliment in each REV 410 combines Dual 10 inch Kevlar
reinforced EFG™ drivers and one center mounted HLCD (Horn Loaded
Compression Driver) which provide stellar output and a higher performance for
the marine environment, Wet Sounds™ developed a proprietary cone material
called EFG™, which is an epoxy and fiberglass composite mix. Adding a
reinforcement of Kevlar, the mid bass cones become more rigid without any
added weight. This cone material incorporates characteristic values that are
impermeable to damage from intermittent Ultra Violet exposure and minimal
moisture exposure. Like the EFG™ cone material, the Polyurethane that is used
for the surround will provide protection against Ultra Violet exposure and
moisture. This will prevent deterioration of the surround yielding longer life
and better reliability. We do, however, encourage you to either remove or cover
your tower speakers when they are not in use. Limiting exposure to Ultra Violet
Rays and to moisture will help extend the life of your tower speakers.
The high frequency transducer is our proprietary titanium diaphragm Wet
Sounds HLCD (horn loaded compression driver). This driver was designed to
provide a wide; horizontal trajectory that would not only produce sound in the
directed path but will disperse sound off axis with little to no degradation. The
HLCD is considered to be one of the most efficient transducer designs
providing remarkable output while using less power. Our unique design
incorporates the HLCD mounted in the center of dual mid bass drivers that have
a slight angle to further enhance the off axis response.
***Caution: Do not spray any of the speakers directly with any liquid base
substance. Warranty will be voided if improper care is discovered during
extensive examination of the product.
Installation:
REV 410 FC
TC3-F Fixed Clamp Pipe Version Installation (pipe tower)
Step 1: Attach Male Connector (7) from clamp base to Female Connector (8)
Step 2: Push connector into center hole of speaker as you place clamp base
onto the speaker housing. Please make sure the grommet (9) is seated properly.
Step 3: Attach two LONG Allen Bolts (4) through the clamp base and tighten
into the housing. Please make sure these are tight. It is also recommend to use
a Blue Loctite on these bolts.
NOTE: ALLEN BOLTS TO ATTACH CLAMPS WILL BE INCLUDED IN
THE MAIN REV 410 PACKAGING, NOT INSIDE THE CLAMP BOX.
THERE WILL BE EXTRA BOLTS NOT USED.
Step 4: Find the mounting location for the speaker and clamp and then mark the
location on the bottom side of the pipe for the speaker wire.
Step 5: You will DRILL a hole in the bottom center of the pipe. You should
also de burr the hole and add a rubber or plastic grommet so the wire is not
damaged by touching bare metal. This can cause your speakers to short out and
damage your speakers and amplifiers. The speaker wire will be inserted back
into the pipe for a clean installation.
Step 6: Slide the wire jacket (1) down the wire and Butt Connect the speaker
wire coming from the tower to the speaker wire plug (5). Red is positive and
black is negative.
Step 7: Attach Clamp Top (3) to clamp base (6) using the two Allen Bolts (2)
There are various length bolts included. There is 3 sizes. Small 30 mm length
that fits 1 ¾ to 2 ¼ inch sized pipe, medium 45 mm length that fits 2 ¼ to 2 ½
inch sized pipe and long 60 mm length that fits 2 ½ to 3 inch sized pipe.
Step 8: Make sure the clamp is tightened all the way so there is no movement
Installation:
REV 410 SC
“Patent Pending” TC3-S Swivel Clamp Version Installation
Pipe Tower Mount Version using the TC3-S
Step 1: Attach Male Connector (10) from clamp base to Female Connector (11)
Step 2: Push connector into center hole of speaker as you place clamp base
onto the speaker housing. Insert 4 bare wires down into this hole as well. These
wires are only used if you are adding the LED speaker rings. (please see LED
speaker install instructions for LED install) Please make sure the grommet (12)
is seated properly.
Step 3: Attach two LONG Allen Bolts (4) through the clamp base and tighten
into the housing. Please make sure these are tight. It is also recommend to use
a Blue Loctite on these bolts.
NOTE: ALLEN BOLTS TO ATTACH CLAMPS WILL BE INCLUDED IN
THE MAIN REV 410 PACKAGING, NOT INSIDE THE CLAMP BOX.
THERE WILL BE EXTRA BOLTS NOT USED.
Step 4: Clamp Bottom (3) and Detachment Plate (5) are already connected
together. Insert the detachment plate into the clamp base (9). Please make sure
the male speaker plug (7) and female speaker plug (4) are lined up properly.
The male speaker plug (7) inside the clamp base can rotate. Please rotate this
so that it is facing the proper direction. There is a U shaped groove on the
female that lines up with a boss on the male.
Step 5: Slide the detachment fork (17) into the grooves on the clamp base.
Attach the allen locking bolt (19) and tighten down.
Step 6: Find the mounting location for the speaker and clamp and then mark the
location on the bottom side of the pipe for the speaker wire. The speaker wire
will be inserted back into the pipe for a clean installation.
Step 5 You will DRILL a hole in the bottom center of the pipe. You should
also de burr the hole and add a rubber or plastic grommet so the wire is not
damaged by touching bare metal. This can cause your speakers to short out and
damage your speakers and amplifiers. The speaker wire will be inserted back
into the pipe for a clean installation.
Step 6: Slide the wire jacket (13) down the wire and Butt Connect the speaker
wire coming from the tower to the speaker wire plug (4). Red is positive and
black is negative. If you have added the LED accessory, this speaker wire plug
(4) will have 6 conductors. Please refer to the LED install instructions.
Step 7: Attach Clamp Top (2) to clamp bottom (3) using the two Allen Bolts (2)
There are various length bolts included. There is 3 sizes. Small 30 mm length
that fits 1 ¾ to 2 ¼ inch sized pipe, medium 45 mm length that fits 2 ¼ to 2 ½
inch sized pipe and long 60 mm length that fits 2 ½ to 3 inch sized pipe.
Step 8: Make sure the clamp is tightened all the way so there is no movement
Step 9: The swivel clamp allows you to rotate the clamp slightly on the dual
clamp set up of the REV 410 to work on towers with slight curves. Then tighten
the bolt to lock it in place.
Step 10: The swivel clamp also allows you to remove the speaker from the
tower in seconds. Loosen the allen locking bolt (19) and remove the
detachment fork (17). Once removed, the speaker will disconnect from the
clamp. The clamp remains on the tower. To reinstall, line up the male speaker
plug (7) so that it is centered and insert the speaker by plugging the connector
together and reinstalling the detachment fork.
Cast Mount Tower Version using the TC3-S clamp for quick disconnect
and swivel function.
Step 1: Attach Male Connector (10) from clamp base to Female Connector (11)
Step 2: Push connector into center hole of speaker as you place clamp base
onto the speaker housing. Insert 4 bare wires down into this hole as well. These
wires are only used if you are adding the LED speaker rings. (please see LED
speaker install instructions for LED install) Please make sure the grommet (12)
is seated properly.
Step 3: Attach two LONG Allen Bolts (4) through the clamp base and tighten
into the housing. Please make sure these are tight. It is also recommend to use
a Blue Loctite on these bolts.
Step 4: Clamp Bottom (3) and Detachment Plate (5) are already connected
together. Remove allen bolts (6) that hold the detachment plate (5) to the clamp
bottom (3). Clamp Top (2) and Clamp Bottom (3) will not be used for a cast
tower mount.
Step 5: The detachment plate (5) will be hard mounted to a cast tower. Butt
connect speaker wires from detachment plate connector (4) to the speaker wires
from the cast tower. Red is positive and Black is negative.
Step 6: Push wires into center hole back into the tower and attach the
detachment plate to the tower.
Step 7: Please make sure the male speaker plug (7) and female speaker plug (4)
are lined up properly. The male speaker plug (7) inside the clamp base can
rotate. Please rotate this so that it is facing the proper direction. There is a U
shaped groove on the female that lines up with a boss on the male.
Step 8: Insert speaker with base onto detachment plate. Slide on detachment
fork (17) and allen bolt (19) and tighten allen bolt so the speaker does not
move.
Step 9: The swivel clamp also allows you to remove the speaker from the tower
in seconds. Loosen the allen locking bolt (19) and remove the detachment fork
(17). Once removed, the speaker will disconnect from the clamp. The
detachment plate remains on the tower. To reinstall, line up the male speaker
plug (7) so that it is centered and insert the speaker by plugging the connector
together and reinstalling the detachment fork.
“Limited Warranty”
What This Warranty Covers
This is a "Limited" warranty. This warranty covers any defects in materials and
workmanship and warranty only applies to the original purchaser and is not
transferable. This warranty is also only valid if the original purchase was made
from an authorized Wet Sounds™ dealer.
How Long Coverage Last
This warranty runs for one year from the date of the purchase. It is
recommended to REGISTER your warranty online within 45 days of your
purchase at www.wetsounds.com - click on "warranty registration".
What Is Not Covered
This warranty does not cover fading or discoloration caused by exposure to
sunlight or chemicals such as ammonia, household bleach, or any cleaning
material that contains abrasive substances. (For information on how to prevent
fading or discoloration, consult for recommendations on cleaning products) Wet
Sounds, Inc. does not cover the cost for removal and reinstallation of any kind.
Additionally, shipping TO Wet Sounds, Inc. is covered by the purchaser This
warranty is void and inapplicable if Wet Sounds™ deems that the product was
abused or misused; including but not limited to Speaker product that has been
improperly-powered (under or over powered), causing thermal (burnt voice
coil) and/or mechanical failure (torn surrounds or spiders), damage caused by
accident, mishandling, improper installation, negligence, normal wear and tear,
excessive water or heat damage, freight damage or products that have been
altered in any way. Product owned by anyone other than the original purchaser
from an authorized Wet Sounds dealer. (The warranty is not transferable and
will not apply to products purchased from unauthorized dealers.) Wet Sounds is
not responsible for any damages to a consumer's boat or person from a product
failure. The warranty is void if Wet Sounds deems the product was installed or
used improperly. Wet Sounds shall not be responsible for any incidental or
consequential damages, except to the< extent provided (or prohibited) by
applicable law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights which vary from state.
What Wet Sounds™, Inc. Will Do
Wet Sounds, Inc will repair any part of your product that proves to be defective
in materials or workmanship. In the event repair is not possible, Wet Sounds,
Inc will replace the product in question. If it is deemed necessary Wet Sounds,
Inc. will either replace the entire product with a refurbished unit or it will be
replaced with a model that is similar in price if that model is no longer
available. Labor cost and materials needed to complete this service will be at no
charge to the purchaser. Additionally, the cost of shipping TO the consumer is
also covered under this warranty.
How to Obtain Warranty Service
Contact Wet Sounds, Inc. either by phone at 877-938-7757 or by email at
warranty@wetsounds.com. A service representative will assist you in the
necessary actions to verify that the problem that you are experiencing is
covered under warranty. If it is in fact a warranty issue, Wet Sounds will issue
an RA number for tracking purposes and give instructions on sending the
product in for evaluation. Wet Sounds™, Inc. How State Law Applies This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
Internet Warning
Wet Sounds, Inc. products sold on any non authorized web site or internet
auction site are void of any and all manufacturer's warranty. Please contact Wet
Sounds™ at 877-938-7757 or visit our web site at www.wetsounds.com to
search for an authorized site and/or an authorized retailer near you.
Caution & Respect
Wet Sounds™ speakers can achieve very high sound pressure levels. Please
use this product responsibly. Be aware that sound travels great distances across
water so please respect other boaters especially while loading/unloading at the
ramp or dock. Wet Sounds, Inc. is not responsible for any violations of the law
that may be a direct result of excessive volume. Please abide by the rules but
have fun doing it.
Wet Sounds, Inc.
9330 West Airport Blvd. suite 170
Houston, Texas 77031
www.wetsounds.com
Toll Free: 877-938-7757
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