Some riders choose to take a pass on Honda Talon stereos and audio setups, preferring instead to listen to the sound of their machine. And while earbuds plugged into a phone can give you a little taste of music when you ride, this pales in comparison to an actual Honda Talon radio. So if you like to jam out when you’re rolling around in your side-by-side, a Honda Talon stereo setup is the way to go. Whatever style of audio system you’re after, Everything Honda Offroad is sure to have it. We carry Honda Talon overhead stereo consoles like those by Memphis, which include four 8” speakers, a 10” subwoofer, as well as front and rear light bars; all controlled via a Bluetooth TP-link with a bass control knob and USB capabilities. This style of Honda Talon roof radio directly replaces the factory roof with no modifications required, simply hook power to the battery and you’re ready to roll. Even at mid-range volume levels with a full-face helmet on and an aftermarket GSE exhaust installed, you’ll still be able to hear your music clear as day. If you’re wanting something with both bass and treble, Honda Talon roof speakers and stereo tops are a great option.
Another popular type of UTV stereo is the Honda Talon sound bar. Although not as loud or deep sounding as a roof audio system, the simplicity of sound bars makes them an easy-to-install accessory that many riders prefer over more complex sound systems. The Hifonics Thor 10 is a good soundbar for the Talon, and the Bazooka Party Bar is another quality unit. Regardless of the type of Honda Talon sound system or Honda Talon stereo system you’re running, there are a few functions that most riders cannot do without. Auto leveling, for example, is almost obligatory for Powersports applications. As you speed up, your machine will become louder. And if your Honda Talon speakers don’t adjust by increasing the volume automatically, you’ll be constantly messing with them every time you speed up or slow down. Be it the Noam NUTV5-S sound system with two cone speakers and a 10” sub, or something as simple as a sound bar mounted to your roll cage, if you want to blast beats as you ride in your Honda Talon, a stereo setup or some audio accessories from Everything Honda Offroad will set you straight.