New Gear: Prospec Audiophile-Level Quality on board

Prospec Speakers

Apr 8, 2021

Unlike cars and homes, boats can be difficult spaces in which to create a quality listening environment—unless Infinity by Harman Kappa 6-1/2″ coaxial marine speakers from Prospec Electronics are included. They deliver audiophile-level quality sound and integrated RGB lighting to keep the party going all night long.

Kappa 6-1/2″ speakers feature Infinity by Harman’s Plus One™ polypropylene woofer and midrange cones, and a Mylar dome tweeter set in a one-piece cast-polymer basket with a sealed magnet. The tweeter is angled upwards to better image the higher frequencies. They feature 100W RMS, 300W peak power and 3-ohm impedance to ensure distortion-free reproduction, even at high volumes.

Prospec SpeakersSeven bright RGB LEDs are integrated into the center and perimeter rings of the Kappa 6-1/2″ speakers for a spectacular lighting display. With an external controller, an almost unlimited number of colors are possible.

Engineered from the ground up for use on boats, Infinity by Harman Kappa 6-1/2″ speakers are UV- and water-resistant. With an outside diameter of 7-1/2″, they require a small 5-5/8″ cutout and 2-9/16″ mounting depth. They’re available from Prospec Electronics in white (KAPPA6120MAM) and titanium (KAPPA6125MAM) to match any marine décor and sell for approximately Cdn$440/pair.
Prospec Speakers

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