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Harley Offers Boom! Audio System for Tourers

Friday, September 2, 2011
Boom! Audio System for Harley tourers.
With eight speakers and two amps, it's no wonder Harley-Davidson calls its new audio system Boom!
The new Boom! Audio Custom Touring System (P/N 76000209, $1895.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories is a complete audio system engineered to deliver unsurpassed audio performance in an outdoor environment.

The Boom! Audio Custom Touring System combines fairing, fairing lower and saddlebag-mounted speakers to envelop the rider and passenger in music. System-matched to the original-equipment Advanced Audio Radio on many Harley-Davidson Touring models, this kit includes: (2) Two-channel, 100 watts/channel amplifiers (fairing and saddlebag); (2) 5.25-inch fairing speakers; (2) 2-inch tweeter pods; (2) 6.5-inch mid-range fairing lower speakers; and (2) 5x7-inch full-range saddlebag lid speakers, plus all required wiring and mounting hardware.
Boom! Audio System installed on a Street Glide
We can vouch for Harley's new Boom! Audio System. We heard it while riding the 2012 CVO Street Glide and the system cranks! 

Fits 2006-later Street Glide and 2006-2009 Electra Glide Standard models equipped with Advanced Audio Radio. Requires separate purchase of a Vented Color-Matched Fairing Lower Kit and appropriate Saddlebag Lids. Not compatible with Tour-Pak luggage, Heavy Breather Air Cleaner and some audio accessories. Dealer Digital Technician software update is required and dealer installation is recommended.

A Boom! Audio Saddlebag Speaker Kit (P/N 76000202, $369.95) and Boom! Audio Fairing Lower Speaker Kit (P/N 76000050, $219.95) are also available as separate items. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details. 
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Mitch   September 2, 2011 07:20 PM
Even though it's rather futile to turn a sound stage with constant wind, traffic, engine, road, weather,and exhaust noise into an audiophile experience I guess it would be handy in a tailgating situation or something?