Let’s talk CVO Boom systems
We know…you upgraded to the Boom Stage 2 system and are still disappointed. While sitting still your music sounded great but turn on the engine and all you get is distortion. You spent a lot of money and didn’t get nearly the sound you thought you would have. We hear this ALL the time at Volunteer Audio, so we have partnered with Hertz, Infinity, and Precision Power to give you a sound experience you will be blown away with! This package will allow you to keep your factory radio when upgrading your Boom sound system, but it will require a flash in order to get the full sound potential out of your amplifier and speakers so your music will be loud and clear up to 100 mph!
There are a couple different CVO Boom systems that are available. Let’s talk about how to tell which Boom system you have.
Boom Stage 1 – Comes mostly on bikes with factory tour pack speakers, you will have a total of 4 speakers and 1 amplifier. You will also be able to tell by the speakers only having one positive and one negative connection. Having Boom Stage 1 you can change only the amplifier and leave the factory speakers.
Boom Stage 2 – Comes mostly on bikes with factory saddlebag speakers, there will normally be a total of 6 speakers (uppers, lowers and saddlebag) with 3 amplifiers or 4 speakers (uppers and saddlebag) with 2 amplifiers. Each speaker will also have a total of 4 connections; the tweeter and the woofer are both wired to the amplifiers with separate connections. Having Boom Stage 2 you will have to change the amplifier and the speakers at the same time.
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