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So I've seen videos of a Spark out there with the speakers mounted in the top deck itself. I was wondering if there's a way to power some speakers without cutting holes in the top deck. I have the front storage bin, and I noticed there's some room in the corners of the bin to maybe mount some speakers.

The speakers would point outwards and the sound can bounce around inside the foot wells. As far as size goes, I think a 5.5in speaker can fit in the space. Will need to take some measurements.

But I'm wondering what would be a good solution? Are waterproof bluetooth speakers loud enough? Or is there a way to mount Marine speakers and just splice the wires to a headphone jack (if this is even possible).

Any thoughts?

By the way, if an Admin is reading this, we should have a DIY section on the forums! ;)

 

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I have the small round speakers that stick on the side of the Spark with a suction cup. They are teethered to the Ipod water proof case that resides in the glove box, driving them via bluetooth. The sound is loud enough to hear well, but only at low speeds. At WOT, I can't hear it.

Tony Rumore
Inola, OK
 

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I have the small round speakers that stick on the side of the Spark with a suction cup. They are teethered to the Ipod water proof case that resides in the glove box, driving them via bluetooth. The sound is loud enough to hear well, but only at low speeds. At WOT, I can't hear it.

Tony Rumore
Inola, OK

I ended up trying this. Even when going WOT and jumping waves, the suction is good enough to stay on. it's mostly for when I'm just resting or hanging out on the water for background music.

If you wanted a really powerful system, using the storage bin might be a cool solution.

Anyone recommend a good portable one? I've gotten one from amazon, but the connectivity sucked and the replacement they sent me died after one use.
 

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The only thing about the storage bin is its soft rubber type material. If you could make it stiffer by maybe adding some pvc sheeting or something then I think it could work
 
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