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Poly-Planar MP3-KIT-4W 280 Watt Amp iPod/MP3 Adapter White Waterproof Speakers - Marine Stereo System

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This package includes a 4 channel amplifier, 2 waterproof speakers and an iPod adapter. The amp can handle up to 8 speakers or 4 speakers and a subwoofer so you may want to purchase this kit with expansion in mind.

Waterproof, sound system kit specifically for MP3, iPod or portable satellite radio. No CD or radio tuner included. Perfect for small craft, motorcycles, ATVs and Golf carts. Easily installed where space is a premium!


ME60 Amplifier
Mountable volume controller
Speaker Impedance: 2-8 ohms
Maximum Total Peak Power: 280 watts
Maximum Total RMS continuous Power: 120 watts
20 Watts RMS per Channel 50W Peak @ 4 ohms
30 Watts RMS per Channel 70W Peak@ 2 ohms
Frequency Response: 20Hz-40kHz
Low Pass Crossover: 18 - 245 Hz
Operating Voltage: 13.8V DC 10V-16V
Maximum Current Draw full power: 8-10amps
Dimensions approx. w x h x d: 175mm x 115mm x 35mm 6.9" x 4.5" x 1.4"

IC3.5-PM Audio adapter mount for MP3 players, iPod or satellite radio.

MA-4055 5" coaxial waterproof speakers with speaker wires included.

1 year manufacturer warranty.

NOTE: This package comes packaged this way from the factory so you can't make substitutions, unfortunately. All of these pieces are available separately, but not at the package price.
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5/5 Stars
Submitted by , Houston

I used these speakers and amp as part of an "ice chest" portable sound system for my mp3 player.   I mounted the speakers on the side of the ice chest and then placed the amp, along with a power supply inside. I also used some box speakers so that I could have a second source of sound in larger spaces. I made a grommet for the power supply and the box speaker wires to exit the ice chest and mounted the volume control on the outside.  The ice chest is large enough that i can store the box speakers inside when it is not in use.  Because I use the sound system on a small dock in Belize, i was very concerned about corrosion so I solidered all connetions then covered every exposed connection  with "liquid electrical tape" (available at auto parts stores and hardware stores) The whole set up works great.  I am very pleased.