Marine Audio Systems

The most important element of a marine audio system is obviously resistance to water damage. You can't expect to avoid water in a marine environment. Boating presents more potential dangers to your marine audio system than just splashing however, such as the effects of humidity, wind, salt, corrosion, chlorine, sun, and so on.

Because marine audio systems have to be able to withstand the elements, they also find potential use in other exposed environments (e.g., open-air jeeps, outdoor sound systems, and so on). Marine audio systems may be purchased much like aftermarket car stereo systems, in the form of separate components. You can find speakers, radios, amplifiers, subwoofers, and other items built especially for marine use. Some manufacturers active in the marine market (like Boss Audio) also make portable DVD players and monitors.

Of course, you don't want your marine audio system's best feature to simply be that it is waterproof. It is an audio system, after all, and performance counts on the open water as it does on the road. With that in mind, you should shop for marine audio equipment the way you would shop for any audio equipment, by comparing performance specifications.

In addition to standard audio equipment, you can also purchase special marine enclosures for your subwoofers. Another accessory that can come in handy while boating is a wired remote. To shop a selection of marine audio equipment from top brands, click here to visit

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