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    Inexpensive quick install Stereo just done! Video



    This is the Pyle Plmca60 600 Watt Kit. I used the speaker covers off the pyle 30's I had laying in garage even though you could just paint the covers on the 60's black to achieve close to same look. Hole saw size is 2 3/8". The speaker face unscrews then insert speaker from inside lid and screw the face on from outside. Micro channel amp mounts to existing bolt inside compartment. Also there is a usb charge port I mounted on the other bolt after bending 90 degrees in vise. Drill hole in back of compartment and top of hull next to reverse bucket cable. Run positive and negative in loom to battery. Seal holes with sealant. Install shut off switch on the 12v hot wherever you like (Inside compartment for me). Micro amp has input to play off of I-phone/I-pod/MP3 and adjustable volume control. Did all for about 120.00. Sounds pretty good in person and gets loud with no distortion.


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    Nice. I wish mine was that simple.

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    Very nice and simple .. Thanks for Sharing !

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAL08HO View Post
    Very nice and simple .. Thanks for Sharing !
    Not a problem! Figured anyone that wanted some cruising tunes can do this and takes little time to complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LugNutLS1 View Post


    This is the Pyle Plmca60 600 Watt Kit. I used the speaker covers off the pyle 30's I had laying in garage even though you could just paint the covers on the 60's black to achieve close to same look. Hole saw size is 2 3/8". The speaker face unscrews then insert speaker from inside lid and screw the face on from outside. Micro channel amp mounts to existing bolt inside compartment. Also there is a usb charge port I mounted on the other bolt after bending 90 degrees in vise. Drill hole in back of compartment and top of hull next to reverse bucket cable. Run positive and negative in loom to battery. Seal holes with sealant. Install shut off switch on the 12v hot wherever you like (Inside compartment for me). Micro amp has input to play off of I-phone/I-pod/MP3 and adjustable volume control. Did all for about 120.00. Sounds pretty good in person and gets loud with no distortion.

    I found a speaker (bluethoot connection) that fix in the glovebox of the FZS and too can charge the iphone. The speaker is JBL (Bestbuy) cost is $150 and the battery charge is for more that 8 hrs.(I tested in beach).
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    Yeah, I seen that speaker on amazon. Can you hear it decent while your driving with the lid closed or does it somehow mount external to compartment?

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    I would like to add make sure to get these plmca60's and not the plmca30's. The 30 kit does not come with amp and sounds terrible compared to these 60's.

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    very nice , but will the stator and rectifier be able to keep up with all that w/o burn ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikegp View Post
    very nice , but will the stator and rectifier be able to keep up with all that w/o burn ?
    I don't foresee a problem. They do not draw too much juice at all. Micro amp realistically only puts out about 40-60watts per speaker. I put (2) of these setups on rhino about a year ago and its little stator keeps up fine. I will keep an eye on the volt gauge read out first time out

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