UBAC30

Boss Audio Bluetooth Controller & Amplifier

Boss Audio
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Bluetooth Controller & Amplifier

Universal Bluetooth Controller Ideal for Cars, ATV's, UTV's, Boat's, Boat's, Motorcycle's, RV's, Golf Cart's and Snowmobiles. (Cannot be connect to a Receiver)

Audio Streaming
Audio streaming [A2DP] is an audio protocol of Bluetooth technology. This profile allows for audio to be streamed wirelessly from your compatible device, such as a Smartphone, to the source unit so you can enjoy your favorite music or streaming music service such as Pandora or Spotify, wirelessly.

Aux Input
The Aux Input allows you to connect to the audio output of an external device such as an MP3 Player or Smartphone so you can enjoy your music through your system.

Multi-Function Remote Control
In-line Remote Control that can be installed in a convenient, safe place to allow you to control the volume, track and other functions of your system while riding.

Pre-Amp Output
This units Pre-Amp outputs let you expand your system by adding one amp or signal processor.

USB Charging
Built-in 1A charger allows you to charge your USB connected device thru this units USB port.

Features:
  • Make Any 12V Amplifier with RCA Inputs a Bluetooth Audio Streaming Amplifier
  • BLUETOOTH v4.1 w/Simple Pairing and Audio & Control (A2DP & AVRCP) Stream and Control your Favorite Music APPs
  • 2 Ch Pre-Amp Outputs, 12V Amplifier Remote Trigger
  • USB Charging only: 5VDC @ 1A, 3.5 mm Aux-Input
  • IPX5-Rated (Water Resistant/Dustproof), Illuminated Soft Touch Controls
  • On/Off, Volume Up/Down, Track Up/Down, Play/Pause
  • Surface, Flush and Roll Bar Mounting (3/4", 1" O.D.)
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Boss Audio UBAC30 BOSS BLUETOOTH CONTROL & AMP
$49.99
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