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FUSION FR6022 6" Round 2-Way IPX65 Marine Speakers - 200W - Pair w/3 Speaker Grilles Provided

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FR6022 6" Round 2-Way IPX65 Marine Speakers - 200W - Pair with 3 Speaker Grilles Provided

Full Range Series Marine 2-Way Speakers

Curv Cone Technology

A woven polypropylene composite, heat pressed to form a lighter yet stronger cone that produces unprecedented sound definition at a higher output.

Titanium Tweeter Dome

A strong, heat-resistant and light material, chosen to reproduce bright and critical detail for the true audiophile experience.

True Marine Design

Complies with international IP65 water and dust resistance standards (from the front). Featuring a fully sealed crossover and tweeter housing, with a water resistant cone and surround.

True Marine Protection

Engineered to withstand the harsh marine environment and tested to international ASTM standards for UV stability (ASTM-G154) and salt-fog resistance (ASTM-B117).

3 Pairs of Speaker Grilles Provided

3 different grille options are provided to ensure they seamlessly integrate with the aesthetics of your boat or RV. Note: MS-FR4021 does not come with the sports grille option.

Features:

  • 3 Year Warranty 
  • Environmental Resistant Speaker Grille
  • Titanium Tweeter Dome
  • Curv Cone Material
  • IP65 Compliant Design
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FUSION 010-01848-00 FUSION MS-FR6022 6" IPX65 200 WATT SPEAKERS - 3 GRILLS
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