Marine Audio

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.

Kenwood Digital Yacht

Infinity RV250

MEX-M72BT Sony Marine CD Receiver with BLUETOOTH®

  • Dual Bluetooth® connection lets you connect two smartphones simultaneously

     

  • Voice control with Siri Eyes Free3 and Android

  • High-power amplifier delivers clear, natural-sounding audio

  • Two-zone illuminator can match your boat’s interior colors

  • UV-resistant finish and anti-corrosive coating for durability

 

 

JBL PRV-275

  • marine digital media receiver (does not play CDs)
  • built-in Bluetooth for music streaming
  • 2-3/4″ color LCD display
  • built-in amp (20 watts x 4 RMS/45 peak x 4 channels)
  • marine-rated watertight face
  • rotary encoder knob
  • fits into a standard tachometer opening
  • inputs: rear USB input, rear aux input
  • outputs: 3 sets of RCA preamp outputs

Kicker KMC2

AM/FM marine digital media receiver (does not play CDs)

  • built-in amp (25 watts x 4 RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
  • built-in Bluetooth® for music streaming
  • IPX6-rated watertight face
  • big, easy-to-use buttons
  • backlit LCD display
  • inputs: rear USB input, rear aux input
  • outputs: 4-channel preamp outputs
  • fits into a standard gauge opening

 

With the abundance of Lakes and waterways, it’s not surprising that Michiganders spend a huge amount of free time on the water.

Upgrade your favorite toys with led lighting, GPS navigation, and a banging sound system!

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.

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? Single din units can be replaced with a larger unit, but will require more customization.
  • What type of music input do you need? (CDs, USB, DVD, Aux in, etc.)
  • What type of power will the head unit require? Some units would benefit from an external amplifier.

Marine Lighting