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Sound system for Cali installed

Discussion in 'Cal 1400 8V' started by Burak Ataman, Jun 20, 2015.

  1. Burak Ataman

    Burak Ataman Just got it firing!

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    Hello Riders;

    Today I got a great sound system installed on my 2014 California 1400. The installation took around 3.5 hours and was professionally done by Drivenaudio in Abbotsford, British Columbia Canada. The total cost including taxes was $1200.00 Canadian, about $970.00 US$
    The speakers are from Kicker audio: http://www.kicker.com/40PSM32
    The amplifier is from Kenwood KAC-M1824BT. It is a bluetooth system with line inputs and outputs. Has also a USB charging port for the phone. I use also a Garmin zumo 590. I have connected the RCA line out to the line in of the Kennwood unit. So I can switch back and fort GPS and Music. Great sound on the road even at 80 mph. So happy.
     

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  2. Longrider

    Longrider Tuned and Synch'ed GT Famiglia

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    Nice! Are the external components waterproof? (I don't mean submersible; just heavy rain and the like.)
     
  3. Burak Ataman

    Burak Ataman Just got it firing!

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    The speakers and the remote control for the amplifier are waterproof but not the amplifier itself which is mounted in the right saddlebag.
     
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    MikeBike Tuned and Synch'ed

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    This is just what I've been dreaming about. Thanks for posting Burak.
     
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    MikeBike Tuned and Synch'ed

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    One question Burak; in photo #3656, does that remote control on the handlebar come with the mounting hardware? Also, I bought one of those cup holders but it seems there's no place on the bars to make it fit and useable. Do you have the stock bars? Oh, I see you have the touring model, more room on the bars for "stuff".
     
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  6. Little Don

    Little Don Tuned and Synch'ed GT Contributor

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    Word of warning: There have been a number of posts about the saddlebags leaking!
     
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