ST200 Classic Motorcycle Speaker System

ST200

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MID-LEVEL HANDLEBAR MOTORCYCLE SPEAKER SYSTEM WITH HIGHWAY RATED PIONEER™ SOUND

Designed to be loud and clear even at highway speeds, the ST200 Classic motorcycle speaker system by Steel Horse Audio features Pioneer speakers and pushes 200 watts of top handling power.  Easily mounts to the handlebars or highway bars of your Harley-Davidson (H-D), Indian, Victory, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha and more.

  • 200 watts of power for loud & clear sound at highway speeds
  • Connects to any standard headphone jack or use a separate Bluetooth® or FM radio add-on
  • Use the built in USB power port to keep your device charged
  • Mount to handlebars or highway bars with the included hardware
  • All-Weather certified for even the harshest weather conditions
  • Industry leading 5-year warranty on all parts and components
  • Made with steel enclosures in a high quality show chrome or satin black finish
  • Designed and built in the USA with only the highest quality components

 

PRODUCT SPECS

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Channels: 2
  • Max Power (Watts): 200W
  • 4ohm RMS Output:  25W x 2 Channels
  • THD: <1.0%
  • Built-in Variable Crossover
  • Amplifier Size:  Height 1.5" | Width 2.5" | Length 4"
  • Speaker Size:  Diameter 4.75" | Depth 3"

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PACKAGE CONTENTS

PACKAGE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING PARTS: 

  • Classic 200W compact motorcycle amplifier with wire harness
  • G-Series 4-inch Pioneer® speakers in waterproof housings
  • 3.5mm to RCA cable for connection to any standard headphone jack
  • Mounting hardware for 1" & 1-1/4" bars included. (Other sizes available upon request.)
  • Instruction manual with black cable ties

 This is for a complete Steel Horse Audio ST200 Motorcycle Speaker System kit.  All you need to provide is your mobile audio device.

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