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For the price, this set-up is awesome. I've been using it for a year. The only thing missing is some bass. Other than that, it will break your eardrums, and with a very clean sound. You can search NOAM on youtube videos, and get an idea of set/up, and how loud/far it will travel. I'm only running 2 speakers.

I don't think you can add a sub though.

https://www.amazon.com/NOAM-NUTV4-M...=UTF8&qid=1506001603&sr=8-1&keywords=noam+utv

Wetsounds makes a 6 and 10 speaker bar, but at $700, I went cheaper initially. MTX also makes a bar, but around $600 I believe.
 

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I'm running a Wetsounds Stealth 6. Bluetooth to my phone or it also has an Aux cord that I can use with my SiriusXM satellite radio.
 

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For the price, this set-up is awesome. I've been using it for a year. The only thing missing is some bass. Other than that, it will break your eardrums, and with a very clean sound. You can search NOAM on youtube videos, and get an idea of set/up, and how loud/far it will travel. I'm only running 2 speakers.

I don't think you can add a sub though.

https://www.amazon.com/NOAM-NUTV4-M...=UTF8&qid=1506001603&sr=8-1&keywords=noam+utv

Wetsounds makes a 6 and 10 speaker bar, but at $700, I went cheaper initially. MTX also makes a bar, but around $600 I believe.
Where do you have the amp mounted?
 

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For the price, this set-up is awesome. I've been using it for a year. The only thing missing is some bass. Other than that, it will break your eardrums, and with a very clean sound. You can search NOAM on youtube videos, and get an idea of set/up, and how loud/far it will travel. I'm only running 2 speakers.

I don't think you can add a sub though.

https://www.amazon.com/NOAM-NUTV4-M...=UTF8&qid=1506001603&sr=8-1&keywords=noam+utv

Wetsounds makes a 6 and 10 speaker bar, but at $700, I went cheaper initially. MTX also makes a bar, but around $600 I believe.
Where do you have the amp mounted?
I mounted the amp under the hood compartment, sitting atop the right front fender to the right on the radiator. I will snap some pics for you in a couple hours and post (should have done that previously). I currently have the speakers mounted in the front at an angle, but man that gets loud fast. I'm planning on installing them on the rear angle bar where the vertical meets the horizontal roll bars. It will still allow for the short-bed dump, but not the longbed, since speakers will be in the way. I never use the longbed dump, so no big deal to me. The supplied wire isn't quite long enough to reach the rear bars, so I will have to butt connect more speaker wire, no big deal. These speakers do have a special connection that comes on the stock speaker wire which must be used to plug into the speaker. Seems unnecessary, but again, no biggy.

I just found this yesterday. I've always been a fan of bazooka. This unit seems legit. Comes with LED lights too, which could double as a cockpit light when needed in the dark. (I certainly would never use the silly party/club light feature) I like that this has a built-in Sub. Bazooka is known for their subs, and I've used their tower/tubby speakers before on my boat, which sound really good. You may already have seen these, but I'm all for offering up products that others may not know about.

https://www.southernaudioservices.c...und-bar-and-LED-Illumination-System-P600.aspx

https://www.southernaudioservices.c...und-bar-and-LED-Illumination-System-P629.aspx
 

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For the price, this set-up is awesome. I've been using it for a year. The only thing missing is some bass. Other than that, it will break your eardrums, and with a very clean sound. You can search NOAM on youtube videos, and get an idea of set/up, and how loud/far it will travel. I'm only running 2 speakers.

I don't think you can add a sub though.

https://www.amazon.com/NOAM-NUTV4-M...=UTF8&qid=1506001603&sr=8-1&keywords=noam+utv

Wetsounds makes a 6 and 10 speaker bar, but at $700, I went cheaper initially. MTX also makes a bar, but around $600 I believe.
Where do you have the amp mounted?
I mounted the amp under the hood compartment, sitting atop the right front fender to the right on the radiator. I will snap some pics for you in a couple hours and post (should have done that previously). I currently have the speakers mounted in the front at an angle, but man that gets loud fast. I'm planning on installing them on the rear angle bar where the vertical meets the horizontal roll bars. It will still allow for the short-bed dump, but not the longbed, since speakers will be in the way. I never use the longbed dump, so no big deal to me. The supplied wire isn't quite long enough to reach the rear bars, so I will have to butt connect more speaker wire, no big deal. These speakers do have a special connection that comes on the stock speaker wire which must be used to plug into the speaker. Seems unnecessary, but again, no biggy.

I just found this yesterday. I've always been a fan of bazooka. This unit seems legit. Comes with LED lights too, which could double as a cockpit light when needed in the dark. (I certainly would never use the silly party/club light feature) I like that this has a built-in Sub. Bazooka is known for their subs, and I've used their tower/tubby speakers before on my boat, which sound really good. You may already have seen these, but I'm all for offering up products that others may not know about.

https://www.southernaudioservices.c...und-bar-and-LED-Illumination-System-P600.aspx

https://www.southernaudioservices.c...und-bar-and-LED-Illumination-System-P629.aspx
Thanks for the info, I do like the look out the Bazooka sound bar as it looks like it would be a cleaner look.
 

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I have the wet sounds 6....its a nicely made unit im just not overly enthused about the sound quality. Literally zero bass.

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