The FUSION MS-RA205KTS Bundle is a fully featured compact marine stereo that delivers powerful, clear and dynamic sound.
FUSION's MS-RA205 comes with NMEA 2000 and FUSION-Link connectivity. Powered by the advanced ARM-9 Processor, the MS-RA205 offers quick and intuitive audio control.
FUSION-Link allows compatible Multi-Function Displays (MFD) the ability to interface and achieve full control of FUSION's specialized marine entertainment equipment. By using a MFD as the entertainment control center for the vessel, you create a simplified and integrated entertainment experience. FUSION-Link operates over existing industry standard networks including Ethernet, NMEA 2000 and Wi-Fi. Link zones manage the entire audio experience from the steering station of the vessel or from your pocket. Simply pay for and download FUSION's wireless remote control app for iPhone, iPad and Android.
FUSION's iPod interface navigates the iPod menu structure and offers selection of congs by artist, song, playlist, album, genre or composer. This "True Marine" product is covered by a 3 Year Limited Consumer Warranty.
6" Shallow Mount Speaker
FUSION's MS-EL602 features a unique polypropylene cone and PEI tweeter with a water resistant construction.
Marine Portable Media Device Dock
Connect FUSION's MS-DKIPUSB Marine Portable Media Device Dock to your MS-RA205 Marine Stereo and gain all the benefits of FUSION's unique iPod connectivity, iPod video playback and two USB ports.
Featuring the Worlds First Internal Dock for iPod and two USB ports for portable flash drive playback, it's easy to see why FUSION leads the way in innovative cutting-edge marine entertainment.
An iPod and USB flash can be inserted into the waterproof dock, providing full control and integration while charging. The iPod is securely protected from rough conditions and the harsh marine elements via dedicated iPod sleeves fitted to the dock. The second USB port on the rear of the dock, enables the connection of a further USB flash drive*.Featuring composite video out which enables iPod/iPhone video playback on a compatible monitor or television.
An MS-RA205 Marine Stereo and MS-DKIPUSB combo is the perfect full featured solution for the discreet or space conscious installation with each face plate measuring a minute 6-3⁄16" x 2-11⁄16" (157 x 68mm).
For further installation simplicity, the MS-DKIPUSB can be installed away from the stereo, allowing valuable dash space to be optimised.
The dock connects directly to your Marine Stereo, allowing full control and integration of your iPod through the Stereo. When bulkhead mounted the dock complies with IPX5 Waterproof Standards on the front of your unit, protecting your iPod from the harsh marine environment while it charges.
There are two installation options for the Marine Portable Media Device Dock:
* A fully sealed bulkhead mount dock for instrument panel or exterior installation
* A wall mount dock for cabin or interior installation
Installed side by side with your FUSION MS-RA205 Marine Stereo, this combo enables the ultimate audio system flexibility and seamlessly blends into your instrument panel.
Included sleeves compatible with the following iPod models:
iPod 5th gen (video), 30GB
iPod 5th gen (video), 60GB, 80GB
iPod classic, 80GB, 120GB
iPod classic, 160GB (2007)
iPod classic, 160GB (2009)
iPod touch, 2nd gen
iPod touch, 3rd gen
iPod touch, 4th gen
iPod nano, 3rd gen
iPod nano, 4th gen
iPod nano, 5th gen
Mounting dimensions: Bulkhead mount: 5" x 1-11⁄16" (128 x 42mm)
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|MS-RA205KTS||MS-RA205KTS Bundle, with MS-EL602 Speakers and MS-RA205 Receiver||
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|MS-HUGMS||Gimbal Mount Kit for MS-RA50||
|SRS-3-KIT||SHAKESPEARE SPLITTER CONNECTS 2 SIRIUS REC TO ONE GALAXY ANT||
|MS-IP15L3||iPod Connection Cable for MS-RA50||
|MS-BX3020||Full-Range Cabin Speaker, 2-Way, 100 Watt||
|MS-FR6021||Round 2-Way Marine Speakers, IP65, 6"||
|MS-FR7021||Round 2-Way Marine Speakers, IP65, 7"||
|MS-FR4021||Full Range Marine Speakers, 4"||
|MS-AM702||Zone Amplifier, 70W, Class D, 2 Channel||
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