Sound Advice: Replacing Your Boat’s Head Unit – Boating

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Here’s why you should consider upgrading your boat’s head unit and what you should look for when considering your options.

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In this new video series presented by KICKER Marine Audio, Randy Vance offers sound advice on on what to look for when upgrading the audio systems on your boat.

In this first installment, Randy Vance explores why you should consider upgrading your boat’s head unit and what to look for when considering options. Key considerations include:

  • Bluetooth capability
  • USB compatibility
  • Space used both on and behind dash
  • Screen readability in bright sunlight
KICKER KMC3 head unit
The KICKER KMC3 is equipped with an easily readable screen and plenty more features to kick your onboard audio experience up a notch. Randy Vance

Randy uses the KICKER KMC3 for demonstration. Equipped with an easily readable screen, rotary encoder and over 200 watts of total peak power into four channels, the KMC3 comes equipped with plenty of power. Check out KICKER’s website to learn more and start shopping: kicker.com.

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Stay tuned for the next episode of Sound Advice with Randy Vance presented by KICKER where Randy explore upgrading your boat’s speaker system.

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