Pyle PLMCA64 600W Motorcycle Speaker System with FM Radio


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About Pyle PLMCA64

Ride like the wind in the accompaniment of sweet music. Pyle PLMCA64 is a complete sound system for your motorcycle, ATV, or snowmobile. Outputting 600W of power, the system comes with dual 2.25" aluminum die-cast bullet speakers and an amplifier featuring built-in FM radio, a USB input, and an SD card slot. There's also a standard 3.5mm stereo input for connecting an iPod, MP3 player or any other audio device. All system components are designed to be waterproof and attach to the handlebars via the included chrome stainless mounting hardware. You can easily adjust volume control from the handlebar with the amplifier's LCD display letting you see system information at a glance.

Pyle PLMCA64 Features

  • FM radio / aux models
  • Built in FM radio electric up/down auto-scan tuning system
  • Dot matrix LCD FM frequency
  • Volume digital control
  • Mute function
  • Power on/off switch
  • 2 channel micro amplifier (300w of each speaker output) with wire harness
  • 150 watts x 2 @ 4 ohms or 150 watts x 4 @ 4 ohms
  • 3.5mm stereo input jack, easy connection to the output of other audio devices like CD/MP3/iPod
  • Dual 2.25'' aluminum die-cast bullet speakers
  • Kapton voice coil
  • Pair of chrome clamps
  • Chrome universal handlebar mount rotary volume control
  • Chrome stainless universal handlebar audio mount
  • 12 volt T-Tap
  • Chrome USB charger
  • Easy chrome stainless mounting brackets and accessories included
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