Marine Audio

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Whether you’re looking to overhaul your boat’s sound system

with new tower speakers and subs,

or just need weather resistant replacements,

we’re here to help.

There are a variety of options to achieve a great sound on the water,

and special considerations when installing electronics in a water prone environment.





Marine rated audio systems are intensely tested against the elements,
making sure they hold up against sun, rain, heat and salt.
Boats are full of curves, and space is limited
This makes the use of prefab speaker boxes less than ideal
Our techs can fabricate custom boxes for a seamless look without wasted space

Tower speakers: Kicker, JL Audio and Hertz all offer reasonably priced enclosed speakers for your boat. Check out their line-ups!

Hertz Enclosed Speakers: 

Kicker Tower Speakers:

JL Audio Enclosed Speakers:

6.5″ and 8″ coaxial speakers:

Kicker LED lighted and non lighted speakers are reliable and fairly priced. The standard sized 6.5″ speakers will easily replace your stock speakers.

JL Audio offers LED lighted and non lighted drop in speakers

To ramp up your volume, consider adding extra speakers or upgrading to 8″ speakers like the Kicker 8″ 48KMXL8 (sold in pairs)

What to look for in a Marine Head Unit

A marine stereo must be able to stand up to much harsher elements than in the typical automotive install.

Wind, rain, sun, salt, and extreme temperatures can wreak havoc on sensitive electronics.

Finding a tested unit from a reliable brand is imperative.

Some of the same considerations go into choosing stereo for a car or a boat:
  • What size is the unit you plan to replace? There is no standard size for marine radios.  We can modify your current opening to fit a different sized radio, or find a drop-in replacement for no modification.
  • What type of music input do you need? (CDs, USB, Bluetooth, Aux in, etc.)
  • How much power will the head unit put out? Some set-ups would benefit from an external amplifier.