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post #1 of 10 Old 10-13-2011, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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Stereo Setup ideas.

Here is the setup I am thinking of running on my 2012 Commander 1000x. Any thoughts on it would help.

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MS-IP600 marine stereo (This is the one with the internal ipod dock.) Will be mounting this in the Glove Compartment. I want to wire the FUSION’s MS-WR600 Marine Wired Remote Control Into the dash area so its easy to control the head unit. I was thinking Dunertunes Commander Rear Corner Speaker pods running Fusion 6.5" Marine 2-Way Speakers.


So what should I run up front? I don't like the idea of running something on the floor/kick board area. Maybe Bad Dawg Accessories RH/LH front speakers. Because they are up higher out of the way and find some nice Marine grade 5.25 inch speakers to go into them.


So any ideas guys?
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post #2 of 10 Old 10-13-2011, 03:39 PM
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need some pictures of the stuff.

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post #3 of 10 Old 10-13-2011, 11:51 PM
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this is the route i took.
Stereo Finally Installed
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Yeah I tried adding links but this forum wants you to make 3 posts first. So I'll see what I Can do in a bit.
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Heres some pics of the front speakers I mounted (with no drilling on the bike). This was as large as I could go without being in the way of the driver and passenger.
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looks good! i went with the ssv front kick enclosures and used the jensen speakers that came with the rear speaker boxes.
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post #7 of 10 Old 10-28-2011, 11:49 AM
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The SSV Works front pods fit great and bolts into the upper foot well away from your feet. They are 100% fiberglass and are finished in a black texture coat to match Commander Texture. The enclosures Include stainless mounting hardware and step-by-step installation instructions. If you already have speakers, these can be ordered empty or with the SSV premium 6.5 speaker or Alpine upgrade.
Let us know if we can help.
http://ssvworks.com/CM-FKP65.html
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marine pods great sound
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You better put a subwoofer in there somewhere or you won't have much base I have the SSV works stereo coupled with a 10" marine 250 watt Bazooka sub and it sounds real good with the sub. SSV Works has a 10" sub that goes on the passenger side but I put my Bazooka in the back.
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the base is not to bad with them. they are good all round sound

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