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Radio/cd player w/speakers

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I am looking for a weather resistant am/fm/cd player and 4 weatherproof speaker to install in a 17" alumicraft trophy.

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buddy just bought marine radio /cd player and got it from circut city and they installed it free that week he bought it for 149 and also bought marine speakers for his boat paid 75/pair of marine speakers.. hope this helps or if your doing it yourself cabelas has some nice units in catolog.

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Whatever CD unit you decide to get, look and listen to the marine BOSE speakers before you buy. They are SWEET!

http://www.bose.com/home_audio/env_speakers/131/more.shtml
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Features
Compact design Simplifies installation and fits the pre-cut speaker holes on many boats.

4 1/2" full-range driver
High-performance sound from a small enclosure.

Polymer fiber composite driver cone

High-quality sound reproduction along with resistance to deterioration from exposure to extreme conditions.

Silicone-coated surround

Consistent sound quality regardless of weather conditions.

High-impact polystyrene, polymer enclosure Added durability.

Ported enclosure design

Full, deep bass reproduction from a small enclosure.

Stainless steel hardware Allows for placement in marine environments.

Syncom® computer testing Contributes to one of the highest levels of quality and reliability in the audio industry.

Specifications
Dimensions: 6"H x 9"W x 4 1/2"D (15.2 x 22.9 x 14.1 cm)

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