New compact audio systems from Fusion

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The new Fusion MS-RA70N marine stereo.
The new Fusion MS-RA70N marine stereo.

Fusion releases compact cost-effective audio systems with high-end features.

Marine audio entertainment specialists, Fusion, are kicking off 2016 with the release of two new products designed for boats where space is limited, the MS-BB100 black-box audio system and a new compact RA70 marine stereo.

The MS-BB100 black-box is designed to deliver FUSION-Link plug and play compatibility with leading multi-function displays as well as support for Apple and Android Open Accessory audio playback.

The unit also features a Bluetooth module which is embedded in the included wired remote that provides clear Bluetooth audio streaming even when the BB100 is mounted out of sight. The remote also includes functionality for quick pairing of devices, song skip and volume adjustment.

The BB100 allows for two independent audio zones, each with their own volume control options so that boaters can adjust each zone independently or globally from any connected display, remote or through the Bluetooth app.

The second product is the compact RA70/RA70N stereo, a cost-effective audio system that offers streaming access to Pandora, Spotify, and Apple Music through compatible devices with independent control of balance and volume level in two separate audio zones.

Designed to replace any DIN-sized car stereo system, the RA70 incorporates a marinized chassis that can be fitted into any dashboard. The widescreen LCD display is optically bonded to improve durability and eliminate condensation or fogging while on the water, as well as being able to resist extreme temperatures and operate in direct sunlight.

When mounted correctly, the front face of the MS-RA70 is rated IPx7 waterproof, able to withstand the harshest marine environments. It is engineered with a glass-filled composite chassis to eliminate corrosion from dissimilar metals.

Fusion says that, in a world-first innovation, the MS-RA70 can be installed conventionally on the dash or integrated into a glass helm with a flush surface finish by simply removing the faceplate trims and recessing the mount.

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