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Yamaha Viking FI 4x4 EPS Accessories, Yamaha Viking FI 4x4 EPS Powered Sub Woofer

For use with our Overhead Audio System (1XD-H81C0-T0-00) and Front Speaker Pods (1XD-H81D0-V0-00) and designed to deliver the best sound quality and bass response. It features a modular design, simple plug-installation, fiberglass construction, and marine-grade components to withstand harsh conditions. Sub Woofer includes housing, speaker, amplifier, and stainless-steel mounting hardware.

1XD-H81D0-T0-00 $549.99
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Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the Yamaha/SSv Works products.
I love my Yamaha/SSV Works overhead unit, i just dont understand why ya'll didnt include a remote for it, or atleast make it an option. Thats my only complaint.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the Yamaha/SSv Works products.
I just ordered your SSV radio from Yamaha accessories. I just noticed your companies web site that shows the same radian in a different mounting base. Your web site shows Bluetooth, does the Yamaha accessory radio also have the Bluetooth feature?

This is the link to the one I ordered|2
NO, the Yamaha Version has no Bluetooth or Remote.
No problem, still like it though
While Viking2k14 and I have two very different opinions of the base overhead unit, my opinion is that it has a lot to be desired as far as sound quality. I thought it sucked.

I have already posted that by adding the Yamaha lower kick panel speakers, it made a 100% improvement. I was ready to remove and return if the lower kick panel speakers did not improve sound quality. It was A HUGE improvement.

I then added the Yamaha OEM sub, and that improved sound quality even more.

One thing the extra speakers won't cure it the crappy location of the controls. One has to lean over and look up just to see the settings.

You should add the soundproofing stuff like Mass-n-Trash did, and others, I've ordered it too. Bet your setup would be even better.
Looking at what it includes, which is everything you need to run it, $549.99 seems like a good price to me, not cheap, but good.
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