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  1. Installed the new Kicker KM series 6.5's in the boat today to replace the panasonics that Chaparral put in. My findings... 1. 3 out of the 4 original speakers were blown. I have never exceeded their rated watt handling and they were toast. (This begs the question why Chap would put such cheap speaker in a $140K boat? When for another couple hundred bucks they could put something quality in) 2. I highly recommend the Kicker KM series. They sound amazing and I didnt know what I was missing out on until I put a quality speaker in to replace the factory. They didn't lineup per
  2. 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
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