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Planet Audio PATV85 Bluetooth All-Terrain 8" Speaker System w/ LED

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Original price $308.75 - Original price $308.75
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$308.75 - $308.75
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Planet Audio PATV85 Bluetooth All-Terrain 8" Speaker System w/ LED light

Brand: Planet Audio
Condition: New

-Weather Proof 8" Poly Injection Cone Speakers
-Weather Proof 1.5" High Performance Soft Dome Tweeters
-700 Watts Max Built-in Amp and 3.5mm Aux Input Compatible with Audio Output of Smartphones and MP3 Players
-Bluetooth Audio Streaming - Stream your Favorite Music or Music Service like Spotify or Pandora Wirelessly
-Multi-Function Remote control track and volume up/down, play and Pause
-Built-in 24 LED Light Bar with custom magnifying lens, Built-in Storage Compartment with USB Charging Port
-Plug and Play for Easy Installation. Ideal for ATV's, UTV's

(1) PATV85 All-Terrain Speaker System
(1) Bluetooth Multi-Function Controller
(1) Handlebar Mounting Kit
(1) Quick Connect Power Extension Adaptor
(4) Hi-strength Nylon Mounting Straps
(1) User Manual
(1) Warranty Card

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