The Pyle 4-Channel Waterproof Marine Speaker Systems are specifically designed for custom installation applications.
Take Your Marine Audio To The Next Level
The Pyle PLMRKT4B is a 4-Channel Marine Speaker System with amplifier designed for custom installation applications and makes it simple to expand the audio system capabilities for your vehicle - perfect for your boat, ATV or RV.
The Hydra Series Amplifier System is a great kit to start your marine audio system. It includes a 4-channel, 400 Watt amplifier with tons of features, plus a total of (4) 6.5" 200-watt two-way speakers for rich, full-bodied audio. Also included are accessories to further enrich your marine audio experience, including remote volume control, 3.5mm stereo to RCA cable, and a waterproof poly bag for protecting your audio player from the elements.
Plug It In
This amplifier kit comes with a waterproof poly bag with 3.5mm jack so you can enjoy playing your favorite audio files from your iPod/MP3 player while keeping your device protected. The system includes RCA line inputs and the kit comes with a 3.5mm-to-RCA adaptor so you can connect your device through the poly bag. Additionally, you can also connect standard high and low level inputs from a marine head-unit or car stereo/radio.
Powerful 4-Channel Amplifier
The included amplifier provides up to 400 Watt MAX power (200 Watt power on each of the 2 channels) -- plenty of power to get the boat rocking. The amplifier is also equipped with an electronic crossover network, adjustable high/low level inputs, and stereo RCA line-level inputs. The wired remote control allows you to adjust the amplifier gain easily -- no need to get the screwdriver every time you want to raise or lower the volume. Plus, it mounts to your dash for a clean, professional look.
Pair of Waterproof Marine Speakers
This kit includes a pair of 6.5" two-way marine speakers finished a pristine marine white -- the perfect addition to your boat's decor. Each speaker contains a high-quality polypropylene cone and 2" polymer cone tweeter for deep lows, rich mids, and sweet highs. With 200 watts of maximum power at 4 ohms, these speakers are perfectly matched with the included amplifier.
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