MS-WR600C

FUSION Marine Wired Remote Control

FUSION Marine Wired Remote Control

Description

The FUSION Marine Wired Remote Control extends the capabilities of a 600 Series Stereo by enabling local control of the audio in each zone of your vessel.

Features

  • Complies with IPx5 Waterproof Standards
  • Rotary Encoder
  • Noise Resistant CANBUS Technology
List Price
$189.99
Your Price
$139.23
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Details

Up to three remotes can be linked to the Stereo, providing true system flexibility.

Featuring a rotary encoder and large rubber buttons, the Wired Remote Control is very easy to navigate and control, even on a moving boat.

  • White positive alphanumeric LCD screen
  • Plug & play - no external power connection required
  • Zone control 
  • Advanced user interface
  • 'Positive feel' rubber keypad 
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Comes with 6m (19.7ft) cable
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
FUSION Marine Wired Remote Control MS-WR600C Marine Wired Remote Control for 600 Series Stereos
$139.23
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FUSION Marine Remote Y Cable MS-WR600Y Marine Remote Y Cable for more than 1 remote when remotes are not hooked up in a daisy chain
$23.67
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