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Scotty 12-04-2017 2:19 PM

Anyone recognize these tower speakers?
 
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I bought a 2007 MB B52V that had 2 of these speakers on the tower. I want to sell them and upgrade but I cannot find out who makes them or what model they are. They have about a 5-1/4" speaker inside but no visible designation other than a tag that says "Diamond Audio Technology".
Does anyone know origin? Make? Model?

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brainrinse 12-04-2017 6:44 PM

Fusion is the brand. Diamond is the speaker.

xstarrider 12-04-2017 7:14 PM

Fusion would’ve been the brand. Were a quality speaker back then

grant_west 12-04-2017 8:15 PM

I agree with Swat. And are they A different “Fusion” from the other marine audio u see sold at west marine? I remember these Fusion speakers from a long time ago.

spencerwm 12-05-2017 9:47 AM

Wow blast from the past. I think those were called the Fusion T Series or I Series speakers. They were great but a little small for most boat owners. When I was at Wakeside I ended up selling that model to ATV guys that wanted some tunes.

Scotty 12-05-2017 1:48 PM

Thanks for the info guys. This forum is awesome. I will hook them up in the spring to see how they sound. I guess there's an outside chance they could be a compliment to a pair of REV 10s.

davez71 12-05-2017 2:19 PM

I would even waste your time hooking them up if you have REV10s. you wont even hear them.

I had a pair of these but they were pods that have two speakers. They are basically 6.5" interior speakers. Mine ended up blowing and that made me make the switch to Wetsounds. Diamond speakers were made for tower applications. They make a great product but for the automotive industry

chpthril 12-05-2017 5:17 PM

The only thing that compliments a pair of rev-10, it a rev-410. No way anything smaller can.

You may get enough selling them, to cover freight. Not much of a market for a 5.25" tower speaker. Most manufactures have moved past even 6.5" for 7.7/8" and larger.

denverd1 12-29-2017 1:41 PM

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Originally Posted by chpthril (Post 1971767)
The only thing that compliments a pair of rev-10, it a rev-410. No way anything smaller can.

You may get enough selling them, to cover freight. Not much of a market for a 5.25" tower speaker. Most manufactures have moved past even 6.5" for 7.7/8" and larger.

Those wouldn't sound cleaner in the cabin?

chpthril 12-29-2017 4:03 PM

What v's what in the cabin sounding cleaner?


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