MCK508WB.64

Boss Audio MCK508WB.64 Combo w/Single-DIN Marine AM/FM CD Receiver; 2 Pair of 6.5" Marine MR6W Speakers, MRANT10 Marine Antenna

Boss Audio MCK508WB.64 Combo w/Single-DIN Marine AM/FM CD Receiver; 2 Pair of 6.5" Marine MR6W Speakers, MRANT10 Marine Antenna
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MCK508WB.64 Combo w/Single-DIN Marine AM/FM CD Receiver; 2 Pair of 6.5" Marine MR6W Speakers, MRANT10 Marine Antenna

  • Weather Proof Two Pairs of MR6W 6.5" Full Range Marine Speakers with Poly Carbon Cone and Rubber Surround
  • 180 Watts MAX 90 Watts RMS Power Handling per Pair
  • Marine Rated MR508UAB has 50 Watts x 4 Max Power, Preset Built-in EQ, and Wireless Remote
  • Plays CD/USB/SD, MP3, WMA, FM/AM and Smart Phones
  • USB, SD, Aux Inputs and One Pair of RCA Outputs
  • Compatible with Audio out from Smartphones and MP3 Players
  • Bluetooth Hands Free & Bluetooth Audio Streaming - play music and apps like Spotify/Pandora wirelessly

Detachable Front Panel

A built-in security feature designed to deter thieves, the detachable front panel allows you to remove the entire or, in some cases, a portion of the front control panel rendering the radio useless if stolen.

Fully Marinized

Fully Marinized is the term we use for our Marine and Outdoor products that are Weather Proof. We integrate high-tech, state-of-the-art waterproofing materials plus special UV coatings for plastic surfaces, coated circuit boards and connections to protect the product against the harsh outdoor elements and resist corrosion.

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