Posted 29 July 2013 - 08:54 AM
Posted 07 March 2014 - 03:04 PM
I installed two additional speakers in the front of the consoles, on the flattest spot I could find between the grab handle and inside corner of the console. I chose this position because we often beach the bow of the boat and go ashore or anchor the boat out and float in front of it.
First off, I think the location you chose will mute the sound from the speakers due to the seats and console surrounding it...
Second, be prepared to cuss up a storm trying to fishtape the speaker wires to the starboard side speaker. I cut out a small piece of the thick grey foam from the top of both console storage compartments and feed the wire under the bow seat support.
Third, toss the speaker wire that came with the speakers if it is not the size of a standard electrical appliance cord. Those wire included in the speaker box aren't up to par being pulled thru the boat hull! I popped the included wire as it caught somewhere under the deck and ran to Radio Shack for a larger wire to install. Then had to get the fishtape within reach again... ARGH!!!
Just some of my thoughts... Good Luck!!!
Posted 03 November 2014 - 11:39 PM
I actually like the 6"x9" speaker size the best for getting good sound in a compact size.
I do understand that cutting holes for that profile sucks.
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