Sunday, January 22, 2006

Stereo System for P-series Vespas and Stellas



The fine folks over at scooterworks have released a complete Stereo system for P-Series Vespas and Stellas! It includes everything you need to get your system bumping those tunes. 2 4" speakers, gloveboox door with precut holes, amp, ipod cradle and connection for ipod and other mp3 players. If anyone get's their hands on this, please let us know how it sounds!

5 comments:

Jay Brewer said...

Do you know if this would work in a Bajaj Chetak? Looks amazing!

ReverseCo. said...

Not sure if it will work or not, I imagine if it has the same wiring and a 12v system it might. I will take detailed pictures of installation when I get my hands on one...

elperrosato said...

I have to question what Scooterworks charges $300 for. A 50 Watt (max) Amp, some 50 watt speakers, cables and a y cable wouldn't cost more than $75 (TOTAL) at Best Buy. Per Scooterworks site, they don't even include the door, so you still have to drill your own holes. Insult to injury, their system requires you to tap into your scoot's electrical system. Seems to me like a lot of work for very little payoff.

I was able to put together a 300 Watt "plug and play" system (one 300 W amp, two 300 W speakers, the jack for the ipod, an on/off switch, independent battery so the system doesn't run off the scoot's electrical system, 12 v recharger and a COMPLETE glovebox with rubber and new lock) for less than $200.

I'm sure it's a good system, but the price to me seems really out of wack with you actually get.

Milu said...

Nice ideea. And I don't think 300 dollars is to expensive

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Enrique said...

You can get complete chrome 300 watt Vespa scooter stereo systems (and $175 kits that work with any scooter with a glovebox) at www.scooterstereo.com

cheers