New (to me) Moomba LSV needs audio help!
New to forums but I'm sure I will be spending some time here.
Just bought a 2007 moomba mobius LSV with 20 hours on it. Love the boat but I need better audio.
Trying to figure out how this thing is wired and I think I have it figured out.
Boat has a roswell speaker cluster on the tower and Kenwood KFC-1608ie all around. Thats 4 in the cabin, 2 in front, and 4 on the tower.
There is a kenwood KDC-Mp232 head unit and a KAC-x542 4 channel amp. The amp appears to be driving the front speakers on channel a1 + a2 and the tower on b1 + b2. The cabin seems to be running on the head unit.
There is also what appears to be a 12" sub. Cannot figure out how it is powered (perhaps its own amp module in the sub?)
I'd like to keep my INITIAL budget to $1k
1. The speakers are only rated for 40watt RMS. Is it worthwhile to upgrade the speakers as they are all getting about 40watt RMS. What are some good suggestions. Such a low sensitivity for a speaker! (I'm a pro audio guy)
2. Sub. help. How is this configured and are there any simple options to upgrade?
3. Head unit. How can I add Sirius to this. I feel it may be my best option to upgrade this to a better kenwood unit. I want satellite radio and an 1/8 input for ipod/iphone/androids. I've read in other places that buying kenwood simplifies the harness.
4. My remote stopped working on day 3. I wiggled the remote -> harness -> plug under the dash and it sort of works. If I upgrade the radio what radios have remotes that will work in the existing harness?
(the remote is an Aeware)
Thanks in advance all knowing moomba community :)
Here is a pic of her all cleaned up
Re: New (to me) Moomba LSV needs audio help!
You should be able to catch the db651 on sale for 49.99 shipped. Ill bet earmarkaudio might even help you out on that if you ask real nicely. Thats where I got all three sets of mine from. Their a vendor on here. But yeah the polks are awesome. I had them hooked up to a 6 channel mbquart marine amp and it would get so loud it would hurt your ears.