Could LCA’s Deluxe Marine Audio Package be The Ultimate PWC Sound System?


We’ve seen quite a few sound systems applied to personal watercraft over the years, from home installations, to dealer and aftermarket kits (Yamaha even quietly announced a partnership wit JL Audio over two years ago, but we haven’t seen much from it), and of course, the first factory-installed sound system with Kawasaki’s JetSounds package on the Ultra 310LX. In the case of the Kawasaki option, Jetsounds is composed of two speaker pods beneath the rear view mirrors and a head unit integrated into the handlebar pad. Sound quality is good and measured to increase with the throttle, but might leave some wanting more.

That’s where this absolutely insane custom system from LCA InCar Entertainment comes in. Located out of South Wales, Australia, LCA prides themselves in creating audio solutions custom tailored to suit one’s car, truck, and boat needs, going so far as to creating completely redesigned fiber glass speaker pods, dashboards and door panels.

As part of their package offerings, LCA sells a Deluxe Marine Audio Package for “those who love their music and boating, this package will not disappoint with crystal clear high quality audio.” Comprised of four 6-inch Marine Speakers, a 10-inch Marine Subwoofer, a 5ch Marine Micro Amp and a Marine Bluetooth Head Unit, the kit doesn’t disappoint.

But how on earth could you fit it all on a PWC, you ask? Well, that’s where this particular Yamaha WaveRunner comes in. A returning customer brought their VXR back in for a major upgrade – meaning the entire LCA Marine Audio Package – and then some! “[It was] upgraded to another two 6-inch marine speakers, a marine 10-inch subwoofer and a Clarion marine 5-channel amplifier. The custom sub box and speaker pod is a great look, [and] fits in perfectly. [It] looks right at home. The sound out of this seriously impressive!” Once you take a look at these images, we think you’ll agree.


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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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