New Harley-Davidson Boom! Audio Stage II Fairing Speakers for 2014-Later Touring Models

1Boom!-Stage-II-Fairing-SpeakersThe new Boom!™ Audio Stage II Fairing Speaker Kit (P/N 76000524, $329.95) from Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories is backed by a 300 watt amplifier (sold separately) to deliver thumping bass response, sizzling vocals and clean, distortion-free performance at all volume levels.

Designed to work seamlessly with the factory-installed Boom! Box infotainment unit on 2014-later Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycles, these three-way speakers feature high-excursion woofers for extended bass performance, and separate mid- and high-frequency drivers for rich vocals and startlingly real treble notes.

Each speaker is powered by two channels from the Boom! Audio 300 watt amplifier – one 75 watt channel powers the woofer, and another 75 watt channel powers the mid/tweeter combo – for true audiophile performance. These speakers fit the enclosures on Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycle models equipped with a batwing fairing. The complete kit includes two three-way speakers, electronic crossovers, grills and plug-in connections. A Boom! Audio Stage II Fairing Speaker Kit for 2015 Road Glide® motorcycles (P/N 76000594, $359.95) is also available. Each kit requires the separate purchase of a fairing-mount amplifier, and dealer installation and software updates are required.

New Boom! Audio Stage II Speaker Kits are also available for Tour-Pak, Fairing Lower, and Saddlebag Lid locations for Touring and Trike models equipped with a Boom! Box infotainment system. Owners can build the system they desire, from a single pair of fairing-mounted speakers and a 300 watt amp to a full-bore, eight-speaker, four-amplifier, 1200 watt system. Each Stage II speaker kit was developed specifically to take advantage of H-D motorcycle speaker enclosures and positions, with unique equalization for each combination of speakers, to deliver the best possible performance. Featuring composite frames, powerful magnets and protective perforated metal grills, these weather- and vibration-resistant speakers are designed for life on the road. More information at Harley-Davidson.

9 Responses to “New Harley-Davidson Boom! Audio Stage II Fairing Speakers for 2014-Later Touring Models”

  1. 1 mr dick Jun 30th, 2015 at 12:45 pm

    Boom! Infotainment. Bluetooth. MP3. Social network. Can’t we just enjoy our time on the road? Whatever happened to riding a bike to be riding a bike?

  2. 2 Mike Jun 30th, 2015 at 2:18 pm

    Good stuff. Listening to tunes while riding might not be for everyone, but there are plenty of riders who do enjoy it. Enjoying a scenic ride on the weekend is one thing, but there’s nothing remotely zen about grinding out a daily commute, it’s good to have some tunes sometimes.

  3. 3 Chris Jun 30th, 2015 at 3:26 pm

    Please just remember that it isn’t necessary to blast the radio so loud that everybody in a mile radius can hear your AC/DC or Black Betty blaring away.

    This doesn’t make others look at you and say”gee-whiz, that guy sure is cool with his rockin’ tunes” rather, they are saying “what a douche poser.”

    Turn it down in town and at the stop light. Loud stereos are more obnoxious than loud pipes by a long shot (no Vance and Hines pun intended).

  4. 4 James Jul 1st, 2015 at 1:18 am

    very disappointed after installing this upgraded system. All you hear is the highs no mid range or bass. The system will make your ears bleed but you can hear it. The dealer is re-installing the stock system

  5. 5 Shanedrive Jul 1st, 2015 at 8:46 am

    was test riding a pretty hot dyna yesterday. Rush hour traffic. Saw a bagger behind me. He comes up along side my right during stopped traffic tunes blaring. Steppenwolf american carpet ride, then onto some song by heart or “whatever”. Annoying as hell. 1) don’t pull up along side me stopped or not, I don’t know you or your riding habits. 2) turned right to head across a long straight bridge, he tried but utterly failed to stay close. Tunes? What tunes? I don’t hear not stinkin’ tunes anymore. 😉

  6. 6 Blackmax Jul 1st, 2015 at 5:09 pm

    Thank you James for the real deal !!!
    Too many good aftermarket systems out there
    (Hogtunes, J & M, etc, etc ) to fall for the Mo-Co hype & their prices …
    Again, if it were that good why wasn’t it standard equipment ???
    (at least on the CVO’s) …

  7. 7 BCinSoCal Jul 3rd, 2015 at 5:50 pm

    I ride to get away from radios, TVs, phones, will not ride around people with a stereo blaring. Hate it!

  8. 8 HD boom II horrible Sep 30th, 2015 at 3:46 am

    Had the boom 2 upgrade installed on my 2015 RG special, removed it after 3 blown speakers, and terrible performance. There is absolutely no performance in this system unless the bike is sitting still not running.

  9. 9 guy Oct 15th, 2015 at 4:54 am

    hi i just installes my stage 2

    i put insulation material in the speacker cabinet of the fairing and i have a lot of bass

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