Majestic Ultra Slim Speakers

Majestic Ultra Slim Speakers


The Majestic Ultra Slim Speakers are designed using cutting edge technology which are perfect for tight spaces.


  • Waterproof
  • Ultra Thin
  • UV Rating
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Majestic SPK50 5" marine speakers are designed using cutting edge technology which has allowed us to develop super thin waterproof speakers for your marine and RV outdoor needs. When it comes to speakers Majestic knows what is needed when it comes to tight spaces. The Ultra Slim SPK50 Speakers are perfect for those tight places, and with 30W rms per speaker you can be sure that the sound won't let you down.

The SPK50 Speakers are designed with IP65 rating so they can be used in high humidity and moisture environments which and makes these speakers perfect for those Marine and RV Installations.

Ultra Thin:
The SPK50 case design has been developed to you give the optimum sound performance whilst keeping the speaker shallow in depth. The SPK50 mounting depth is 25mm (1" Deep) this ensures that you can mount the speaker in most Marine and RV applications.

UV Rating: Given the nature and design of the Majestic SPK50 Marine speakers, UV stabilization is a critical factor in making sure you get long life from a speaker that is going to be exposed to the harsh weather. Both the SPK50 and SPK60 come with ASTM UV Stabilization ratings to ensure they survive long term in the harsh sun.

Sold in Pairs (2 speakers per box).

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Majestic Ultra Slim Speakers SPK50 Ultra Slim Speaker, 30W, White Pair, 5"
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Majestic SPK60 Ultra Slim 6" Speakers 30W - White Pair SPK60 Ultra Slim Speakers, 30W, White Pair, 6"
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