WC-400

PolyPlanar Stereo Weather Enclosures

PolyPlanar Stereo Weather Enclosures

Description

The PolyPlanar Stereo Weather Enclosure can be installed in virtually any auto or marine stereo on your boat without fear of damage from moisture, corrosion, or UV rays.

Features

  • Accommodates Any Dual Post, Removable, And DIN-Style Stereos
  • High Impact ABS Housing
  • Plastic Bracket
List Price
$69.95
Your Price
$53.92
In Stock

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Details

The WC400 is waterproof housing that surrounds your stereo on all sides for maximum protection. A gasket-sealed, polycarbonate splash cover on the front of the rugged ABS enclosure prevents water from entering. The hinged cover lifts easily and remains out of the way in any of several positions. When open, it maintains partial splash protection while still allowing access to stereo controls. Wires and a rear connector let you hook up the stereo and antenna through the housing. A gimbal mounting bracket permits installation above or below the dash, under an electronic box or on any convenient horizontal surface.

Features

  • Dash or Overhead Mounting
  • Mounting Hardware Included
  • Available in Black or White



Specifications
Overall Dimensions: 4-316" (H) x 9-116" (W) x 10-516" (D)

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
PolyPlanar Stereo Weather Enclosures WC-400 Stereo Weather Enclosure, White
$53.92
In Stock
PolyPlanar Stereo Weather Enclosure - Black WC-400B Stereo Weather Enclosure, Black
$65.69
In Stock

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