The FUSION Bluetooth Dongle is designed to enable Bluetooth audio streaming from a compatible Apple, Android, Windows, Blackberry, or other Bluetooth compatible media device directly to any FUSION marine stereo.
The Bluetooth Dongle supports live audio streaming and is accessed through the auxiliary input audio source on your stereo. Whether you have an iPhone, Android or Windows smartphone you can enjoy your favourite audio tracks through FUSION's award winning marine entertainment systems.
If you're on the move or relaxing on the deck, simply reach into your pocket for direct Media Device Control of the audio experience from your compatible device.
Designed with the marine environment in mind, it boasts International IP65 water resistant rating to protect against the harsh marine environment.
Simply connect to the Auxiliary input RCA connectors on your marine stereo andconnect the power to the amplifier power output for instant Bluetooth functionality.
It has an effective range of 33 ft around your vessel, so whether you're on the deck or at the helm enjoy uninterrupted audio streaming.
Compatible with the following FUSION Marine Stereos: MS-AV700, MS-AV700i, MS-IP700,MS-IP700i, MS-RA205, MS-RA200, MS-IP600, MS-AV600, MS-CD600, MS-CD80, MS-RA50, CA-ML600 and CA-CD700
The MS-BT200 also features:
Stereo Control Includes - play, pause, back and next, while the Data Display previews song name, artist name, album name (if available), song duration and elapsed time on the screen of your FUSION marine stereo or FUSION-Link certified Multi-Function Display. If you're on the move or relaxing on the deck, simply reach into your pocket for direct Media Device Control of the audio experience from your compatible device.
Designed with the marine environment in mind, the MS-BT200 boasts International IP65 waterresistant rating to protect against the harsh marine environment. Simply connect the MS-BT200 to the satellite radio socket on the rear of your marine stereo for instant Bluetooth functionality (refer to user manual for pairing instructions). Note: If the satellite radio socket is currently in use, please purchase the MS-BT100 which will provide bluetooth connectivity via the AUX input of your FUSION Marine stereo.
Compatible with the following FUSION Marine Stereos: MS-AV700, MS-AV700i, MS-IP700,MS-IP700i and MS-RA205
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