MA4054B

PolyPlanar 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers

PolyPlanar 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers

Description

The PolyPlanar 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers are ideal replacement speakers for boaters who want to upgrade to waterproof speakers without changing the cutout size.

Features

  • Ultra-Low Magnetic Field SPeaker
  • Integral Grills Allow For Simple, One-Piece Installation
  • Stainless Steel Mounting Hardware Included
List Price
$84.95
Your Price
$49.57
In Stock

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Details

This speaker featured a rugged waterproof design, teflon-coated wires, plastic grills, polypropylene cones, mylar tweeters and plastic frames, to provide years of trouble-free service. Ultra-low magnetic field speakers eliminates the problem of speakers magnets affecting navigation equipment such as compasses and autopilots. Peak power handling capability 80W/pair

Features

  • Available in Black and White color speaker



Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
PolyPlanar 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers MA4054B 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers, Pair, 4" Black
$49.57
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PolyPlanar 4" 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speaker - (Pair) White MA4054W 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers, Pair, 4" White
$49.57
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PolyPlanar 5" 2-Way Coax-Integral Grill Speaker - (Pair) Black MA4055B 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers, Pair, 5" Black
$60.28
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PolyPlanar 5" 2-Way Coax-Integral Grill Speaker - (Pair) White MA4055W 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers, Pair, 5" White
$60.28
In Stock
PolyPlanar 6" 2-Way Coax-Integral Grill Marine Speaker - (Pair) Black MA4056B 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers, Pair, 6" Black
$65.69
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PolyPlanar 6" 2-Way Coax-Integral Grill Marine Speaker - (Pair) White MA4056W 2-Way Coax Integral Grill Marine Speakers, Pair, 6" White
$65.69
In Stock

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