Spring is almost gone, and while the COVID-19 pandemic may have made it feel like spring was never here at all, we still have summer to look forward to. One way to be ready for some fun in the sun is to have a marine audio system installed in your boat. Here are three tips to help you do it right.
- Integrate audio components to reduce hazards – If your boat came with a factory audio system, you probably didn’t see any wires hanging out anywhere. That’s a good thing. You don’t want to create trip hazards on a boat. It’s a good reminder that this is a big consideration when putting in a new marine audio system.
- Use the right speakers and head unit – You want marine speakers and all of your other stereo system components to be waterproof rather than just water-resistant. Occasional splashes are one thing, but when you are out on open water, your boat can get really wet. Plus, there’s no telling what a passenger may spill.
- Get it installed professionally – You may be tempted to make this a DIY project during your extra time at home, but a marine audio system is best left to pro installers who can ensure that everything is properly weatherproofed and that there are no trip hazards for you and your passengers.
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Soundiego is southern California’s one-stop shop for audio systems on all of your vehicles. Contact us today at 619.582.5577 to learn more about our sales and service options, or you can request a quote online.