Increase your loudness over 50% from stock by upgrading to PowerBand™ Audio Plus. For those who have already installed PowerBand™ Audio on your Indian® Chieftain or Indian® Roadmaster, this PowerBand™ Audio Plus 6 ½” Amplified Speaker Kit is the final step to upgrade to a complete PowerBand™ Plus Audio System.
Start with adding the PowerBand™ Audio System by installing the PowerBand Audio 5 ¼” Amplified Speaker Kit into the front fairing on your Indian® Chieftain or into the trunk and fairing on your Indian® Roadmaster. Then add this PowerBand™ Audio Plus 6 1/2” Amplified Speaker Kit into your saddlebags for impressively powerful sound—PowerBand™ Audio Plus.
This innovative audio technology delivers industry-leading value, as it has the amplifier integrated onto the speaker. Riders enjoy significantly upgraded audio performance without the cost, installation time, or space required for other audio systems with stand-alone saddlebag mounted amplifiers.
This PowerBand™ Audio Plus 6 ½” Amplified Speaker Kit conveniently includes an Audio Power Supply that installs in the front fairing – so it does not take up valuable saddlebag cargo space. Indian Motorcycle® Ride Command® automatically recognizes when the PowerBand™ Audio Plus 6 ½” Amplified Speaker is installed and it increases system voltage by over 30%, upgrades the Ride Command® equalizer from a 5-band to a 9-band for greater sound control, and adds a loudness control option. Loudness control allows the rider to boost low and high frequencies for a richer sound.
These speakers install in color-matched PowerBand™ Audio Saddlebag Speaker Lids (sold separately) without any drilling or cutting, and the speakers plug directly and easily into the bike’s wiring harness, so no manual wire routing is required. The chrome or black PowerBand™ Audio Saddlebag Speaker bezels (sold separately) add a premium finish to this package.*Sound Pressure Level – the loudness of the audio as measured in decibels -- is measured in decibels and is highly dependent on location of measurement equipment, frequency, and environmental conditions.