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New marine speakers in your boat will give you an immediate upgrade in sound quality, but you'll also need a marine amplifier to get the best sound over open water.
When installing an amplifier on a boat, finding a grounding point might seem tricky. But the answer is deceptively simple.
When our friend Alex decided to upgrade the stereo system on his Yamaha AR210, we told him to tow it to our headquarters and let our advisors do the work.
Our friend Tim's pontoon boat is a big part of his family's summertime fun. The stock stereo, however, was no fun at all, so he really wanted to get that fixed in time for boating season. We added a receiver, an amp, a sub, new speakers, and even a chartplotter, so let the fun (and fishing) begin!
These new speaker connectors from Wet Sounds take the hassle (i.e., soldering) out of your marine LED speaker installation. Adding cool lights and great sound to your boat has never been easier.
We share some DIY installation tips while giving the family 20-foot Godfrey Hurricane an audio makeover. We installed new speakers and lighting from Wet Sounds.
Crutchfield Advisor Brady and a few of his cohorts use Wet Sounds marine gear to update the sound system on his familys 20-foot Godfrey Hurricane.