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So the boat is running well and it should be ready for the full summer swing... Except I don't have any tunes!
I would like to put a stereo in the boat, but I would hate to cut into the dash to do it. I have some ideas of a head unit under the dash, but I would like to hear or see some other ideas.

Anyone?
 

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So the boat is running well and it should be ready for the full summer swing... Except I don't have any tunes!
I would like to put a stereo in the boat, but I would hate to cut into the dash to do it. I have some ideas of a head unit under the dash, but I would like to hear or see some other ideas.

Anyone?
Use your ipod with a docking station. Bose makes a nice one that runs on batteries. You won't be bumping like the wakeboard boats but there cool, and don't take up much room.
 

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or you can do just the ipod with amps and speakers. no head unit = no holes :D as for me, no desire for tunes in my boat. when i stop the ears are usually ringin so the quiet time is nice :D :D
 

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The I Pod is the only way to go. steroes in boats are no bueno cause of the vibration and moisture just another thing to mess with.
 

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just installed the SSV WORKS ipod/mp3 head unit eliminator kit in my new boat. the thing is awesome. no cutting or drilling. ipod > volume control>to amps. thats it. clean and easy. 10's hit hard and mids sound good too. all for $80.00. you cant beat it!
 

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just installed the SSV WORKS ipod/mp3 head unit eliminator kit in my new boat. the thing is awesome. no cutting or drilling. ipod > volume control>to amps. thats it. clean and easy. 10's hit hard and mids sound good too. all for $80.00. you cant beat it!
Do you have a link to that unit. Can't seem to find it on a search.

Thanks
 
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