The Ear Speaks

I was reading an old article in Boating Magazine which had a quote that I could relate to… “It’s the end of an idyllic day. Your engine is burbling through the no-wake zone, water’s chuckling against the hull. The sunset is molten gold. It’s perfection, and yet…. you can’t place it, but something is missing. A something to make this moment last forever. You know, like a scene from a movie. I’ll tell you what’s missing, a soundtrack.” At the same time I received a press release on a new pair of marine speakers from JBL, JBL MS920, so I thought I’d better post about it.
“The MS920 can handle up to 300 watts and has a frequency response of 50Hz to 21kHz, which allows loud, clear sound to be produced across a broad range of frequencies. The alignment of the 1-3/8″ balanced-dome tweeter directly over the polypropylene woofer adds to the exceptional sound quality. The water- and UV-resistant speaker has a cutout diameter of 6″ x 8- 13/16″ with a mounting depth of 3-1/8″. It is available in white, and the included stainless steel mounting hardware allows for personal or dealer installation.”

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