MP3-KIT7-B

PolyPlanar Combo Kits

PolyPlanar Combo Kits

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The PolyPlanar Combo Kits are easy to install where space is a premium.

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The kit includes ME-60 120W waterproof amplifier with separate panel mount waterproof volume control knob, IC3.5-PM panel mount 3.5mm MP3 adapter for iPod® or other MP3 player, a pair of MA7500 box waterproof speaker and MS55 box subwoofer. MP3-Kit7-B provides the ability to have stereo sound on small watercraft such as Jet Skis, inflatable's or tenders. Also a perfect solution for off road vehicles, motorcycles, ATV's and golf carts. Easily installed where space is a premium. The ME-60 amplifier can be mounted underneath a seat or inside the boat's structure. The IC3.5-PM MP3 adapter and Volume Control can be mounted on the dash or inside the stowage compartment. This provides a convenient input for portable MP3 or CD players. And with the included PolyPlanar Waterproof Speakers and subwoofer, you'll have crisp, clear stereo sound on the go!

Features

  • Kit Includes: ME-60 120W waterproof Amplifier with separate panel mount waterproof volume control
  • Kit Includes: IC3.5-PM Panel mount 3.5mm MP3 adapter for iPod® or other MP3 players
  • Kit Includes: MA7500 box waterproof speakers with speaker wires included
  • Kit Includes: MS55 box subwoofer
  • The speakers can be changed to White color speaker (Part# MP3-KIT7-W when you order the kit with White color speaker)
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PolyPlanar Combo Kits MP3-KIT7-B Combo Kit, MA7500 Box Speaker, MS55 Box Subwoofer, IC3.5 Panel Mount Adapter, Black
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PolyPlanar MP3-KIT7-W MP3 Input/MA7500W/MS55S/ME-60 - White MP3-KIT7-W Combo Kit, MA7500 Box Speaker, MS55 Box Subwoofer, IC3.5 Panel Mount Adapter, White
$339.99
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