Polaris Unveils 800-Watt Rockford Fosgate Audio Roof

For RZR Pro XP and Turbo R, audio roof is either an add-on or stand-alone.

Polaris’ Pat Cron and Charlie Olson check out the Polaris Rockford-Fosgate audio roof.Polaris

If you’re looking for more jam from the Rockford Fosgate stereo in your Polaris RZR Pro XP or Polaris RZR Turbo R, there is an 800-watt solution available right from Polaris. The Rockford Fosgate audio roof can be used as a stand-alone stereo for your rig, with 800 watts of power, two amps, a 10-inch subwoofer, and two 8-inch speakers. Or, if your rig already has a Rockford Fosgate stereo, you can get a version of the audio roof that plugs right into the factory system.

The audio roof can be run as a stand-alone, 800-watt system with two 8-inch speakers, a 10-inch subwoofer, and two amps, or an 800-watt add-on system for Polaris’ other Rockford Fosgate audio options. The top-of-the-heap combination will net you a 1,600-watt stereo controlled by Ride Command.Polaris

Depending on the factory stereo, that means you can have up to 1,600 watts of audio power that is all controlled by Ride Command or the Polaris PRX head unit. That means Apple Music, Spotify, or any other music streaming can be pumped loud and clear through both systems.

Added to that, the audio roof is dirt-, weather-, mud-, and waterproof, so you can keep the tunes blaring no matter where your adventure takes you. Check out the video below to see Polaris Off Road Product Leader Pat Cron and RZR Accessories Product Leader Charlie Olson go through all the details of the audio roof.

The audio roof is available directly from Polaris. For two-seat rigs, either the stand-alone or add-on version will set you back $3,749.99. For four-seaters, either version retails for $4,749.99.

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