Editor's Choice: Clarion CMSP speakers

No boat party would be complete without a decent onboard entertainment system, and for anyone wanting to go beyond sound alone and dazzle their guests with a full son et lumière experience, Clarion's new CMSP speakers are well worth a listen and a look.That’s because in addition to pumping out crisp, clean sound, each model in the range is offered with integral RGB LED lighting to add a colourful helping of grist to the mood music mill. For those more inclined to Radio 3 than Radio 1, non-illuminated versions of the speakers are available too. Offered in 6.5″ […] This article Editor's Choice: Clarion CMSP speakers appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

Editor's Choice: Clarion CMSP speakers

No boat party would be complete without a decent onboard entertainment system, and for anyone wanting to go beyond sound alone and dazzle their guests with a full son et lumière experience, Clarion's new CMSP speakers are well worth a listen and a look.

That’s because in addition to pumping out crisp, clean sound, each model in the range is offered with integral RGB LED lighting to add a colourful helping of grist to the mood music mill.

For those more inclined to Radio 3 than Radio 1, non-illuminated versions of the speakers are available too.

Offered in 6.5″ and 7.7″ options, Clarion’s CMSP coaxial, full-range speakers deliver 50W RMS and 60W RMS respectively.

There’s an accompanying 10-inch subwoofer which provides 250W RMS and all speakers in the range have been designed to match with Clarion’s Marine amplifiers.

For the techno-bods among us, Clarion tell us their CMSP marine coaxial speakers feature a bridge-mounted, edge-driven, silk dome tweeter with neodymium magnet and ferrofluid cooling for outstanding high-frequency detail.

Integrated within the woofer basket, away from the elements, is a second-order, high-pass tweeter filter. With the tweeter being suspended across the woofer cone, the woofer assembly is completely sealed from the front.

This eliminates a common failure point of typical coaxial speakers. This design also creates more woofer cone surface area, which translates to better efficiency and output.

Clarion says the injection-molded woofer cone with purpose-shaped centre cap and marine-grade suspension components delivers low distortion and excellent midrange response.

The range’s 10″ subwoofer is optimised for infinite-baffle applications, thus not requiring a dedicated enclosure behind the subwoofer.

The Clarion CMSP premium marine subwoofer feature a long-excursion design capable of high power-handling, to deliver impactful low frequency response with low distortion.

It’s also available in single four-ohm or single two-ohm voice coil models for system design versatility.

Price: TBC

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Read YBW’s guide to the best marine speakers on the market.

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Sealine C335 yacht tour: Ringing the changes on this £266k sportscruiser

At the recent British Motor Yacht Show, Hugo took the chance to see inside the latest sportscruiser yacht from Sealine. In this video he explains what makes the C335 different from its predecessor, the C330...The Sealine C335’s hull itself is very similar, it’s got a vertical bow and the exterior employs the signature Sealine Coupe style. Back aft, there’s a small bathing platform and a big cockpit with a run of seating all the way around. This whole area can be enclosed by canvas covers. Moving up the side […] This article Sealine C335 yacht tour: Ringing the changes on this £266k sportscruiser appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

Sealine C335 yacht tour: Ringing the changes on this £266k sportscruiser

At the recent British Motor Yacht Show, Hugo took the chance to see inside the latest sportscruiser yacht from Sealine. In this video he explains what makes the C335 different from its predecessor, the C330...

The Sealine C335’s hull itself is very similar, it’s got a vertical bow and the exterior employs the signature Sealine Coupe style.

Back aft, there’s a small bathing platform and a big cockpit with a run of seating all the way around. This whole area can be enclosed by canvas covers.

Moving up the side decks, protection is offered by the high bulwarks and tall grab rails, leading to the bow area, where there have been a few small changes.

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Instead of having a convertible seating arrangement, there is just a slot-in cushion, which makes a comfortable little two-person bow seat – a rather lovely space to sit at anchor (or underway if you’re not going too quickly).

Other highlights on the foredeck include chunky square cleats and a large anchor locker with a proper electric windlass and dual access, so there’s plenty of space to store fenders.

Bi-fold doors, which stack up on the port side, lead you into the saloon, where there are a couple of cupboards on the portside, with access to all the electronic switchgear and breakers.

One of the big wins on the Sealine C335 is the dinette, which folds up and over to create a quite comfortable two-person seat with a very nice view forward, and there’s even a sunroof overhead so you can stand up and look through there for a better view while docking.

Enjoy the tour…

Sealine C335 specifications

LOA: 10.31 m / 33.1 ft
Beam: 3.5 m / 11.6 ft
Draught: 1.03 m / 3.5 ft
Fuel capacity: 570 l / 125 UK gal
Water capacity: 220 l / 48 UK gal
Displacement: 6.57 UK tonnes
CE category: B for 8 people
Engines: Twin 340 hp / 253 kw
Top speed: 26 knots
Price: £266,000 (ex. VAT)

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