I put this on mine along with the winch as well, If someone wants to save a little money, one can install a Bluetooth sound bar. You would of course need your phone or devise to transmit but a quick hookup to the battery is all that's needed
For the audiophiles like myself in this community, sometime soon Honda will be selling an audio system from SSV Works for $650. But that's not all, to get it functioning, a switch plate w/ volt meter ($300) is required. If you plan on adding other electrical accessories then the switch plate will pay off. Loved the SSV setup my buddy had on his RZR 800 so as you can bet, this is on my list...
- SSV Works Audio System includes two 6.5" Powersports Speakers ruggedized for the outdoors with 25mm Titanium Tweeters for ultra bright highs.
- Molded kick panels optimize sound quality without compromising legroom or ergonomics.
- On-dash media controller features Bluetooth,� Aux-input, AM, FM and a large hyper-white LED backlit display and buttons.
- Powered by 50 watt x 4 channel amplifier.
- Plug-&-Play installation includes necessary cables, hardware and instructions.
- Requires Honda Accessory Sub-Harness. (Sub-Harness included with Winch Mount Kit.)
I installed the SSV sound system in my machine, it took a few hours, I love it. Now I want to get speakers for the rear, they are plug and play also and will be easy to install. I also installed the switch plate but honestly I don't think you need it for the stereo. They recommended the switch plate for the stereo and the winch, I never did understand why as neither are tied in to the switch plate. I guess it's pretty handy having the volt meter, especially for when using the winch . That being said, I plan to add a light bar on the front and other addition lights and the switch plate will make the installation quick and easy for any additional electrical equipment that gets added to the machine. Anyway, long story short, you can install the stereo and the winch without purchasing the switch plate.
Note to anyone installing the winch: The installation instructions are pretty straight forward however, back at the battery where it says to connect the black wire, it is actually the red one that needs to be connected, at least on my Talon. (The black wire was already connected)
No I thought at first it would but hasn’t bothered me yet.Thanks guy, do you feel it takes up room for your feet?
I was expecting a little more "oomph" for the price. Maybe if I had two more in the rear of the TalonX-4 it would sound better. Does anyone know if SSV makes the harness from the amp to rear speakers?I am thinking about getting the SSV Works audio system, but I can't find a picture anywhere of where the speakers go. Can you share a pic of your set-up, and also one of the Switch plate? How is the sound quality?
We’re you able to just plug the JBL sound bar into the SSV system?Kick panel speakers aren’t in the way at all. I also added a JBL amplified sound bar behind and above the seats. That gave it some kick!