FUSION MS-RA50 Marine Receiver

FUSION MS-RA50 Marine Receiver


The FUSION MS-RA50 Marine Receiver is perfect for small boats and personal watercrafts.


  • Super Compact with More Installation Options
  • Complete Control of the iPod Music Library
  • Auxiliary Input
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The MS-RA50 is FUSION's most compact and cost effective marine stereo ever!  Not only is the MS-RA50 compact in size it also features iPod and iPhone music playback and FUSION's innovative easy to use music interface. The MS-RA50 has a maximum output of 80 watts, this 2 channel stereo is capable of powering a set of speakers.

The MS-RA50 also has a Left & Right AUX In Connection and a Left & Right Line out, allowing for amplifier connectivity. The best entry level option for marine entertainment, backed by FUSION's True Marine 3 year limited consumer warranty.

MADE FOR iPod AND iPhone - The MS-RA50 offers complete control of the iPod music library through the fully integrated iPod user interface. Connect an iPod or iPhone via the optional MS-IP15L3 or MS-IP15L2 cable to the rear of the unit, or house the device in the optional water resistant dock MS-IPDOCKG2.

EASY TO USE - Nearly all operations are controlled through the large rotary encoder, ensuring FUSION's True Marine interface is simple and easy to use. Information and text is easily readable, even under direct sunlight on the large 2.3" LCD display.

Complies with IPx5 water resistant standards and equipped with a rugged electrically isolated aluminium die cast chassis, to maintain isolation between battery negative and the hull of your metal boat. The chassis of the MS-RA50 acts as a heat sink for the entire stereo, removing the need for an external cooling fan.


  • "Shallow" case back design
  • AM/FM (with RDS)
  • Complete Control of the iPod Music Library - Fully integrated iPod user interface
  • Amazingly Simple Controls - Most operations are controlled by the rotary encoder
  • ID3 Tag (Title /Album/Artist) - displays embedded information from music files
  • Partner with iPod dock (MS-IPDOCKG2)
  • Single Zone, 2 Channel x 20W
  • 1 Subwoofer Output
  • Daylight viewable 2.3" 128 x 64 LCD
  • Powerful 32-bit ARM based processor
  • IPX5 water resistance standard front and rear
  • Color: Black with White trim
  • Multi language user interface - English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Dutch
  • Key and LCD adjustable backlighting
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