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Rockford

Rockford are the audio fanatics that you want to be turning to for that sound system for your Polaris Ranger. Built with passion to provide you with power and performance, Rockford’s audio systems are the ultimate high end aftermarket option available to your Side x Side.

The engineering that has gone into creating the best audio systems for the fast paced lifestyle that the UTV life brings is the purpose that drives Rockford to spend each day focused on creating upgrades to their already awesome speakers, amps, transmitters, and sound systems.

Dating back to 1973, Rockford is a company that prides itself on its enthusiasm for experimenting and developing the sound that you experience from a Rockford aftermarket speaker system. Their amplifiers came together in 1982 and also tied their sounds systems together like never before.

From 2011 to 2015, Rockford released everything from amplifiers to speakers, processors to woofers and more, all created and powered by a level of dedication to innovation that bordered in fanaticism. Then came the T3 19-inch subwoofer, another breakthrough for the company after 5 years of research and development.

When you buy any piece of aftermarket equipment for your Polaris Ranger from Rockford, you are buying the end product that was 46 years in the making. Rockford is POWER. Their systems are not for the faint of heart.

Every aspect of the line of products from Rockford is made in Arizona. All of the years of dedication put into crafting this line were not about the technology only, they were about crafting a human sound. One that would resonate within your soul as you and your Polaris Ranger take to the road.

Choosing a sound system for your Polaris Ranger can be complex and even frustrating but because you have set your sights and ears on one from Rockford the question that you have to ask is how much power do you want and how much power can you handle?

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