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CBR250 Audio System

15058 Views 66 Replies 27 Participants Last post by  alyhopkins404
Despite what people think about Audio on a motorcycle.and the flame ill be getting online,im going to be putting one on my cbr250 anyways.go tell the harley guys how you really feel about their audio systems.

the Amp i will be using is a Rockford Fosgate PBR300x4
picking the amp up today,was too busy yesterday.

-fits in the passenger seat compartment
=puts out more then rated power,will prolly put out 330-350 RMS.
-getting the amp new for 189$ instead of 269.99$

Rockford Fosgate® - PBR300X4

i will be using 8ga wire with 2 fuses(just because i have 2 fuse holders laying around) with 30amp fuses. one before the battery and one before the amp.

not too sure on what speakers i will be getting as of now because i dont want to get some expensive car audio speakers that have a chance to get messed up with water from washing the bike or rain in the future.

i plan on speakers in the fairings and possibly super tweeters near the gauges.

all wires will be hidden,will take pics of the installation,also under the main seat where the battery lays has room for wiring/fuse holders etc. but not enough room for this amp.will have room for the smaller motorcycle amps that ive seen on uniqcycles but those amps are small and dont do rated power.

PS:the L-Wrench that came with the bike doesnt fit to take off the id suggest adding one to your toolkit incase your batt dies one day.
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i have 2 10inch subs in my very stock 05' lancer. with only a 300 watt single ch amp and my friend complains that he can hear me coming from down the street from his livingroom.
ya my 10's are rated to 750 watt RMS, but im pretty happy with how they sound right now. every once in a while though i wish i could turn them up louder than they are. definitly have reached the limits of my 300 watt amp a few times.

to bring the topic back to the OP a little,
we've been talking about speakers in the bike itself, how well have those worked for you at highway speeds?
i would imagine that having a bluetooth setup in your helmet would work alot better over wind noise and such.
im looking at getting small bluetooth speakers just for music while riding, i dont plan on using it for phone calls (i use less than 200 minutes a month), but having the option isnt a bad idea.
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