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boulderskies 03-17-2019 05:18 AM

Tunes
 
I'm researching Bluetooth speaker alternatives for the Sportsman XP 1000 Touring. Polaris markets a piece of crap (based on size of driver, it cannot possibly sound very good with engine/road noise, etc) MB Quartz speaker (mounting hardware doesnt look like it would even fit the newer dash). I'm leaning towards marine speakers...

Is anyone running a decent Bluetooth speaker for the XP 1000 Touring?

Scott

latebird 03-17-2019 05:57 AM

Leave the stereo at home and pay attention to the surroundings, the load on the engine and someone who might be shouting a warning to you.

boulderskies 03-17-2019 08:42 AM

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Originally Posted by latebird (Post 1419115)
Leave the stereo at home and pay attention to the surroundings, the load on the engine and someone who might be shouting a warning to you.

Thank you. I know that comes from experience. But that wasnt the question.

boulderskies 03-18-2019 05:34 AM


PoPo3 03-20-2019 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by latebird (Post 1419115)
Leave the stereo at home and pay attention to the surroundings, the load on the engine and someone who might be shouting a warning to you.

I go along with LATEBIRD leave the dam music at home and enjoy the great outdoors.

Pitmaster 03-20-2019 02:33 PM

My wife and i have the Sena headsets installed on the helmets so we can talk on our Sportsman Touring. The Sena units will Bluetooth link to your phone so you can hear music. We don't play music when riding.

MNDS 03-21-2019 09:03 AM

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Originally Posted by boulderskies (Post 1419289)

Have you checked out the Boss audio ATV sound system? They claim to be water and weather proof.

Liftedpsd 04-14-2019 04:21 AM

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Originally Posted by latebird (Post 1419115)
Leave the stereo at home and pay attention to the surroundings, the load on the engine and someone who might be shouting a warning to you.



Great help.


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Liftedpsd 04-14-2019 04:22 AM

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Originally Posted by boulderskies (Post 1419113)
I'm researching Bluetooth speaker alternatives for the Sportsman XP 1000 Touring. Polaris markets a piece of crap (based on size of driver, it cannot possibly sound very good with engine/road noise, etc) MB Quartz speaker (mounting hardware doesnt look like it would even fit the newer dash). I'm leaning towards marine speakers...



Is anyone running a decent Bluetooth speaker for the XP 1000 Touring?



Scott



Check out the wet sounds bar. My brother has one on his and itís a pretty decent set up and easy to use and itís water proof.


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boulderskies 04-14-2019 07:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Liftedpsd (Post 1423111)
Quote:

Originally Posted by latebird (Post 1419115)
Leave the stereo at home and pay attention to the surroundings, the load on the engine and someone who might be shouting a warning to you.



Great help.


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Yeah, I thought so too. Its responses like that degrade this forum.


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