MRGB65

Boss Audio Coaxial Marine Speaker

Boss Audio Coaxial Marine Speaker

Description

The Boss Audio Coaxial Marine Speaker is built for the marine environment, equipped with professional-grade RGB LEDs integrated behind the grille that will naturally carry a big statement.

Features

  • 200 Watts
  • Polypropylene Cone With Dome Tweet
  • Resin Impregnated Surround Material
List Price
$112.00
Your Price
$67.42
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Good times become great times with the company of these on board. Included remote for the RGB LEDs gives you a fully-tuneable lighting system that allows full control to orchestrate whatever light show you can imagine.

Features:

  • 6.5" Marinized Coaxial
  • ABS basket
  • RGB-LED Illuminated Grilles allow user to Strobe, Flash, Fade through Several Colors
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Boss Audio Coaxial Marine Speaker MRGB65 Coaxial Marine Speaker With RGB LED Lights, 6.5"
$67.42
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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