Rockford Releases 800-Watt Audio Kits at Sturgis

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Rockford Harley Audio Kits

Press Release: Rockford Fosgate will launch this month new 800-watt audio kits for Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

The first release of these systems will be during the City of Sturgis Motorcycle Rally where Rockford will demonstrate the audio kits at their booth on Lazelle Street and their location at Black Hills Harley-Davidson in Rapid City.

With options for Road Glide®, Street Glide®, Ultra®, and CVO® models, dating from 1998 through brand new bikes, the line-up of eleven kits is designed to deliver loud, clear sound for freeway speed output. They are custom tuned for the motorcycle environment to overcome wind, road, and exhaust noise and they are built to withstand water, dirt, UV rays, and any weather that they encounter.

Kits feature an IPX6 certified, M5 amplifier with a proprietary design that conserves current consumption while its Constant Power™ technology delivers dynamic power when needed. They also include a weatherproof wiring harness and installation components specific to each motorcycle model, as well as lightweight TMS speakers custom tuned for the open-air environment. Bikers can choose from kits that upgrade front fairing audio, as well as multi-speaker systems with front, bag lids, and tour-pak options.

For those looking to add Bluetooth® streaming and SiriusXM® capability that integrates with factory handlebar controls, a radio upgrade for 1998-2013 models is available (PMX-STG2 kits). Those with 2014 and newer Road Glide® or Street Glide® models have a kit option that adds dual 10-inch saddlebag subwoofers with an additional 800-watt amplifier.

Locations offering sales and installation at The Rally® include Sound Connection at Rockford’s booth on Lazelle Street in Sturgis, Black Hills Harley-Davidson, Sound Pro in Rapid City, and Extreme Audio at the Buffalo Chip.

For information and vehicle compatibility details, please visit Rockford Fosgate.

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