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While some Polaris RS1 owners revel in the noises of mother nature, enjoying the sounds of chirping birds, gentle breezes, and flowing rivers,others prefer to listen to the rumble of their engine rumbling below their feet. But there is a third camp of people who like to rock out to their favorite tunes as they ride. If you fall into the latter category, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Everything Polaris RZR, we’ve got the latest and greatest UTV audio and stereo equipment to keep the tunes blasting and the good times flowing. Should your taste in music be questionable, we’d suggest the Rugged Radio’s Bluetooth headset. This in-helmet kit will pipe music directly into your helmet, allowing you to jam out, make phone calls, or talk on the CB radio. And because this device does not require your RS1 to function, it is not restricted to side-by-side use alone. Use it your dirtbike, quad, sled, or even your Honda Accord on your commute to work.
For those who like to hear “outside” noises as well, there are a range of sound bars, stereos, and audio setups that you can run in your RS1 to blast the decibels as you ride. Wet Sounds is a popular audio equipment brand used in many side-by-side vehicles. The only problem is that because the RS1 is so unique, few of Wet Sounds’ products will work in it -- and the ones that do are a little pricey for the average rider. Their sound bars, however, work well in the RS1, but they require a bit more than Zip Ties to secure. They’re a bit heavier than similar sound bars by companies like Memphis Audio, but the mounting brackets used on the latter work perfectly on the Wet Sounds bar. And if you really want to annoy your neighbors, install the Wet Sounds AS-10 subwoofer to really crank out the bass.
In terms of ease of install, MB Quart’s plug-&-play stereo system is among the easiest. Riders like this system because the speakers are kept out of the sun -- you can hear them, yet can’t see them. Without a sub, though, most of MBQuart’s audio systems lack that chest-thumping bass that is compulsory for techno lovers and metal heads. Other RS1 sound systems of note include Bazooka’s 450-watt Party Bar and SSV Works’ RS1-specific set up -- which includes two speakers in the dash and two in the back. MTX, Rockford, and Boss are also popular among UTV owners because they’re sleek, waterproof, and kick pretty hard for their size. If it’s speakers you’re after, few can compare to the Monster Blaster Bluetooth speaker. You can charge it with the RS1 via a control switch and use it with a variety of different receivers and amplifiers. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for some light tweeters or some serious subs, give us a shout and we’ll give you the lowdown on all things Polaris RS1 audio related.