You should do what I did. Spend the money on the Boom! stuff, go for a ride and realize you immediately regret the decision, sell the Boom! stuff for less than half of what you spent, buy an aftermarket system, find out that it doesn't work as you hoped, then finally find a system you like and put that in.
No shit, when my bike was new last year I lost count of the hours in working on stereo crap. I finally settled on a RF 400w amp, Alpine speakers in the rear lids, and Hertz speakers in the fairing. I can now hear the words of my songs at 80mph.
-TLKurtz (Mr. Wizard) - Blackhorse Cavalry Nomads VMG member (2/11 CAV - East/West German Border)
2015 RGS - Vivid Black and loads of fun.
Reside in Vegas. I keep cold beer in the fridge for all visitors.