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Just finished my upgrade to a Fusion UD650 head unit on my Signature 350 and think it's time to replace some of the speakers as well. I've been reading the posts about the cockpit speakers and have a good idea which way I'll go on that. My question here relates to the salon speakers and is a 2 parter. My 1st question relates specifically to the Signature 350, although It might pertain to some other cruisers that have speakers below in the salon, but I'm not sure. Anyway, there is a pair of speakers that is part of the starboard cabinet "run" behind the settee. I haven't dug very deep yet,
I just bought a beautiful 2004 190 SSi a few months ago and immediately noticed the stock stereo could use a little boost. It would get very loud without distorting unless you turned the bass way down. So, I started looking around this forum for sub-woofer ideas. I always thought the rear bench seat was the ultimate place for a few subs. I quickly found out that a lot of people avoided putting speakers there for numerous reasons. The most talked about one was the curvature of the fiberglass panel. I found some good free air subs, ordered all my OFC wiring and parts, and with a little blood, a
Hey gang, So we have 8 speakers on L'atatude (and three sub-woofers). The eight speakers are all Sony XS-MP1620w. One of the speakers just below the radar arch on the port side has crapped out. I actually didn't know all this time what model speakers we had (they were installed by the original owner) until I removed the speaker from the side wall. This is when I found they are Sony XS-MP1620w. I went online today to see if I could find the exact same speaker to replace this blown one with, and boy was I surprised when I started reading the reviews. Turns out these speakers are great when