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Music amplifies practically any experience. Just because you’re going out on the water or off-road doesn’t mean you have to leave your favorite music behind. Whether you enjoy wakeboarding, water skiing, fishing or just cruising, you can listen to your tunes with equipment that withstands the harshest conditions. When you install the marine speakers, amplifiers, subwoofers and other electronics available at OnlineCarStereo.com, you’ll amp up the fun and pleasure of every outing.
When you’re venturing off the roads — or off the land altogether — you need audio equipment that’s made to do more. Our marine-grade electronics are designed to defy the worst outdoor elements. Moisture, salt, UV rays, mud and extreme temperatures are no match for the rugged materials and construction of these products.
Out on the water, boat electronics are essential for keeping the tunes going. They’re also ideal for off-road vehicles when you are getting up close and personal with the great outdoors. We carry all sorts of marine audio equipment for your barge and budget. From basic full-range marine speakers for a small sailboat to large home theater-style systems that keep the party going on a yacht or cruiser, you can buy marine stereo electronics with confidence here. We stand behind what we sell with our 60-day guarantee and easy return policy.
Outfit your new vessel or upgrade for the coming season with our huge marine audio selection. Weatherproof boat radios and speakers are available in many sizes and styles, including classic grille speakers, cockpit speakers, wakeboard speakers, tower speakers and mini box systems. You’ll also need a good marine subwoofer to lay down the bass line. We have enclosed boat subwoofers and component subwoofers that provide some kick without knocking anyone overboard.
The next requirement is a way to play your music and shows. A full-featured marine audio receiver lets you listen to audio in the format of your choice — MP3s, Bluetooth wireless, satellite radio, HD Radio™ or traditional AM/FM radio. Add a boat amplifier to complete your setup with just the right amount of power. If you want equipment that’s already perfectly paired, get a marine audio system that contains all essential gear plus cables and controls.
Go beyond the basics with marine sound accessories and controls to improve functionality at sea. We stock an assortment of weatherproof covers and shields to further protect equipment from harsh conditions. Marine antennas, tower clamps, battery terminals, interconnect adapters, subwoofer grilles and more are available for boat audio installations. Use traditional interface controllers or get a marine remote control to switch tracks while you’re relaxing on the deck.
It’s said that music knows no boundaries. When you have marine-grade boat audio equipment, the tunes won’t go silent when you leave dry land. We are an authorized retailer of universal and boat-specific equipment from leading brands such as JL Audio, Lanzar, Boss Audio, Wet Sounds and Pyle. They come with free lifetime tech support from people who know audio best, whether it’s on four wheels, two or none. Call us or stop by to learn about the latest in boat electronics.
You should start by upgrading your speakers with a subwoofer and perhaps a new speaker system. A new amplifier will improve sound quality and volume both on new and old speakers. You will also want a marine digital receiver that can play audio in your desired formats (wireless linking, satellite radio, etc.).
At least two speakers is optimal so you can place one each on the starboard and port sides. Additional speakers allow you to have them at both the stern and bow for a more immersive listening experience.
These speakers are designed for use in salty and humid environments. Since they are constructed using heavy-duty materials and shielding, your boat speakers are more durable for ocean conditions.
First, you should figure out if you want to add more bass, volume or quality to your current sound system — or all three. From there, you can choose the right equipment to accomplish your goals. Subwoofers are a good upgrade to have with quality speakers to handle the low-end sounds — and a subwoofer usually requires a quality amp. You also should know how much your upgrades will cost, and if your budget is limited, prioritize which things are most important.
Yes. A new marine sound system drastically improves sound quality and volume so you and your passengers can enjoy some great music on the water.