MS-FR4021

FUSION Full Range Marine Speakers

FUSION Full Range Marine Speakers

Description

The FUSION Full Range Marine Speakers are designed and engineered specifically for the marine environment.

Features

  • Complies with ASTM Standards for UV Stability and Salt/Fog Resistance
  • Complies with IP65 Waterproof and Dust Standards
  • 120W Max Power
List Price
$119.99
Your Price
$66.16
In Stock

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Details

FUSION's marine speakers include design innovations and materials that not only produce great sound, but also ensure a sustained high performance level during prolonged exposure to the marine elements.

Incorporating the latest German 'CURV' cone technology and titanium tweeter dome for clear, powerful sound in the harsh marine environment. 'CURV' technology incorporates a woven fibre composite which is heat pressed to form a lighter and stronger cone. This creates greater sound definition, higher output and greater resistance to the marine environment. Engineered to minimise magnetic interference to navigational equipment.

German Curv Cone Technology

Manufactured from a self-reinforced polypropylene composite. Heat pressed to form a lighter, stronger cone, creating greater definition of sound, higher output and greater resistance to the harsh marine environment.

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 resistant standards. FEaturing a fully sealed crossover, magnet and tweeter housing with waterproof cone and surrounds.

True Marine Protection
Engineered to withstand the harsh marine environment and in compliance with international ASTM standards for UV stability (ASTM-D4329) and salt/fog resistance (ASTM-B117).

True Power Saving
High efficiency design reduces battery drain.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
FUSION Full Range Marine Speakers MS-FR4021 Full Range Marine Speakers, 4"
$66.16
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