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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-04-2014, 07:38 AM Thread Starter
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Hawg Wired???

Ive got the stock HK head unit on my 08' with boom speakers. Its ok but i want more without going crazy! Im looking at Hawg Wired amp with the 7.25" speakers? Maybe down the road ill go for bag lids. Does anyone have any experience with this setup?
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I just installed a Hawg-Wired system on my Ultra. I will admit, due to weather I have not been able to dial it in but in the garage it is LOUD!!!
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So many opinions on audio. May I suggest determining your 'initial' budget first????

One of my determining factors on Hawg-Wired was the easy ability to expand on the system as my budget allows.

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You're talking two different products, JM is the only one I know who has 7.25 speakers, but to answer your question, my first set up was a Hawgwired amp with JM speakers, the system sounded real good. I personally thought I could do better and have been tinkering since. I have a better sounding system now, but that was a good set up.

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You're talking two different products, JM is the only one I know who has 7.25 speakers, but to answer your question, my first set up was a Hawgwired amp with JM speakers, the system sounded real good. I personally thought I could do better and have been tinkering since. I have a better sounding system now, but that was a good set up.

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I put in the Hawg Wired 6 1/2' speakers and amp alonmg with the tweeters that are in the grills. I have had Boom, Hog Tunes and Polk. I like the Hawg Wired the best. I think you will be happy.
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I am partial to Hawg Wired.
Great Company with awesome Customer Support.
I have the Hawg Wired 6 Pack, the Road Glide Tweeter Grills RG5254 along with their HUA360 Harley Universal Radio Adapter and their DX574-70 speakers for the lids and the sound is fantastic.
I used the V-Twin Audio (Formerly, Side Car Cycles) VTRA, FLH & FLT dash adapter kit and their VTWCR Road Glide waterproof radio cover.
Another Great Company with awesome Customer Support also.
I get compliments on my System all the time.
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I love my Hawg wired RS 400 amp and their customer service is superb.

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Got to check out my Hawg wired today. Nice, I could hear it at freeway speed.

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