MRGB65S

Boss Audio MRGB65S 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Marine Speakers w/RGB LED Lights

Boss Audio MRGB65S 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Marine Speakers w/RGB LED Lights
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$112.00
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MRGB65S 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Marine Speaker w/RGB LED Lights

Features:
  • Weather Proof Full Range 6.5" 2-way Speaker Pair
  • 200 Watts MAX / 100 Watts RMS Power Handling per Pair
  • 70 Hz to 20 kHz Frequency Response and 88dB Sensitivity
  • Polypropylene Woofer Cone and Treated Cloth Surround
  • 1 Tweeter Per Speaker, Multi-color Illumination Options with Wireless Remote


Speaker Multi-Collor Illumination Option
This feature allows you to control the built-in LED lights. You can choose to have one constant color or rotate between multiple colors in a strobe or fade mode. Choose from 20 multi-color options, 19 Dynamic Patterns, and adjust the speed and brightness. You can also connect multiple pairs of speakers and control them all from one included wireless remote.

Performance Specs
  • Peak Power Handling: 200 Watts
  • System Sensitivity (1W/1M): 88 dB
  • System Impedance: 4 Ω
  • System Frequency Response: 70hz to 20kHz, ±1 dB
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$67.42
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