Looking for a boat stereo, amplifier, CD player, AM/FM receiver, head unit or speakers? Worry no more, we will help you outfit your yachts with a quality marine sound systems.
Keep in mind that you should be looking for those high-end quality audio equipment.
Receivers should have a coated circuit board, water-resistant faceplate.
Speakers should be those that have plastic cones and rubber that surrounds, to have a maximum protection against weather, corrosion-resistant mounting hardware.
Amplifiers should have a coated circuit boards, plated, non-corrosive connectors.
Speaker wires and cables should be tinned, bare copper that can withstand the salt water conditions.
Subwoofers should have plastic cones and rubber that surrounds maximum protection.
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What do you have to look for in a marine audio equipment? An equipment that can withstand the water, salt, and sun—this environment can damage the equipment if it is not built for it.
The audio equipment should be water resistant, UV-resistant, waterproof, and anti-corrosion, to withstand the sun, water, and salt.
Take note that each yacht has a unique set of an audio system. Upgrades should depend on your yacht, your needs, and your tastes.