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Baby John
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Post by Baby John » 28 Sep 2016, 09:27

Just sharing a picture or two of my radio and speakers. Cheap rig by a company called Boss. Never heard of them but for the price it's pretty decent. Radio and 2 speakers were around $100 and I bought an extra pair of speakers for around $25.

Radio has dew on it because I took the picture early in the morning and had left the boat outside overnight.

Probably going to paint the speaker covers to match the inside of the boat.
Rear Speakers.jpg
Front Speakers.jpg
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Catch Release Repeat
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Re: Radio

Post by Catch Release Repeat » 28 Sep 2016, 15:55

Just bought those same seats are they tempress? Mine don't have a strap though, lucky bastard.

Oh nice radio! Was it a pin to run the wires threw the foam under your bench?

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Post by wmk0002 » 28 Sep 2016, 16:56

Nice setup. Really like your boat.

If those are the Tempress seats mentioned, I also have them but with no straps. Definitely wish they had them though.
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Post by bunny » 12 Oct 2016, 11:39

I'm looking for a radio to listen to talk radio while trolling.
Does your radio fade in and out as you turn? Or does it function like your truck radio? Do you have an external antenna?

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Post by lovedr79 » 13 Oct 2016, 10:54

mine didnt have the straps either. i used a bungee cord over them hooked to the base of the seat to keep them down while traveling.
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