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Polk Audio 1000 400 1200 Watt Amplified Speakers by Motorcycle Tunes

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What is the difference between the Amplified Speakers Systems.

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The main difference in our systems is the amplifier used
We use Polk Audio Speakers in all of our systems, and  Amplifiers from Clarion and Cerwin Vega


400 Watt Amplified - 4" Polk Audio Speakers  with Clarion 2-Channel Amplifier - 400 Watts Peak - 150 Watts x 2 RMS  
1000 Watt Amplified - 4" Polk Audio Speakers , Cerwin Vega 2-Channel Amplifier - 1000 Watts Peak - 200 Watts x 2 RMS
1200 Watt Amplified - 2 sets of 4" Polk Audio Speakers with Cerwin Vega 4-Channel Amplifier - 1200 Watts Peak - 80 Watts x 4 RMS
2000 Watt Amplified - 2 sets of 4" Polk Audio Speakers  with two Cerwin Vega 4-Channel Amplifiers - 2000 Watts Peak - 200 Watts x 4 RMS

 400 Watt Amplified Speakers - This system is new for 2017 and is exactly what most people are looking for. After substantial testing of speakers and amplifier combinations, we matched the Polk Audio speakers with the Cerwin Vega amplifier resulting in a system that is very loud and very clear. Designed for speeds of 80mph+ and bikes with loud pipes this system rocks.

100 Watt Amplified Speakers - Our most popular system, we upgraded the speakers and amplifier making this system even louder and distotion free. Top of the line Polk Audio speakers were paired with Cerwin Vega Amplifier resulting in the LOUDEST 2 Speaker Handlebar Speaker System on the market. The speaker, amplifier combination produces clear, crisp sound with deeper bass response. Designed to be cranked up, and guaranteed to rock harder than any competition.

1200 Watt Amplified Speakers - 4 Polk Audio Speakers were paired with a 4 channel Cerwin Vega Amplfier. 2 Speakers on your handlebars, 2 speakers on your crashbars 

 


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Date updated: Jul 05, 2018

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