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POWERHOUSE 45-Watt GMRS Radio - Can-Am X3 STX STEREO Complete UTV Communication Intercom and Radio Kit with Dash Mount

Original price $1,852.00 - Original price $2,013.00
Original price
$1,852.00 - $2,013.00
Current price $1,852.00
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  • Talk between passengers, communicate with other vehicles, listen to music in high fidelity true stereo, and make phone calls - our complete communication kits do it all! This kit features a custom mounting solution that perfectly fits your UTV.

    This Complete Kit features our STX Stereo Intercom, which allows you to talk to passengers without yelling, directly through the headsets or helmet kits. Just start talking and the auto music-dimming attenuates your music, making conversation easy. Easily pair your phone or device using the enhanced Bluetooth to stream music and to answer phone calls all through your headsets or helmet kits.

    The STX Stereo Intercom will outperform your expectations with ease of use, incredible stereo sound, and one-of-a-kind features that will take your riding experience to the next level!

    Kit Includes:

        •    STX True Stereo Intercom
        •    (2) Helmet Kits or Headsets
        •    (2) Intercom Cables
        •    Driver PTT (Steering Wheel)
        •    Passenger PTT (Grab Bar)
        •    Powerhouse GMR45 GMRS Mobile Radio
        •    15’ Ft. Antenna Cable with 3/8” NMO Mount
        •    Rugged Tuned Point 5 NGP Antenna
        •    Radio/Intercom Vehicle Specific Mount
        •    (2) Ground Straps
        •    Noise Suppressing Audio Filter

    GMRS License is required and easy to get: Click here

  • Can-Am Maverick X3 & X3 Max

    Radio Compatibility: Rugged GMRS mobile radios will communicate with all GMRS and FRS radios on channels 1 - 7, and 15 - 22.* They are GMRS repeater compatible, and can communicate with GMRS radios from other manufacturers including Motorola, Midland, Uniden, and many more.

    *Per the FCC, FRS channels 8 - 14 cannot be programmed into GMRS mobile radios.