MS-UD750

FUSION UD750 Color Display Marine Stereo w/Bluetooth, Universal Smart Phone Docking, & FUSIONLink

FUSION UD750 Color Display Marine Stereo w/Bluetooth, Universal Smart Phone Docking, & FUSIONLink
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UD750 Color Display Marine Stereo w/Bluetooth, Universal Smart Phone Docking, & FUSION-Link

The MS-UD750 is a revolution in FUSION's unique internal docking series of head units. Featuring an unprecedented series of features for the price the MS-UD750 is truly redefining what a marine stereo is.

Features:
  • Built In Universal Docking of almost every Apple iPod and iPhone including the latest iPhone 5 and 6 as well as a wide range of Android and Windows phone products
  • Full control of your music files from the Stereo (while charging your device), remotes or any FUSION-Link app or partner device
  • Built in high level BlueTooth streaming that delivers all track information and basic control of the streaming device from the stereo, connected remotes or FusionLink partner devices
  • Bluetooth FUSION-Link Application control-Download the FUSION-Link application from iTunes or the Google store and control the UD750 via your smartphone or tablet wirelessly (limited to the range of BlueTooth reception)
  • FUSION-Link capable via Ethernet (built in connector) or NMEA 2000- Able to connect to a long list of partner devices from Garmin, Raymarine, Furuno, Humminbird, Lowrance, Simrad and B&G
  • 16:9 Bonded Glass high resolution TFT Color Daylight viewable display - Superior color presentation while insuring the display will never fog or mist due to climate changes
  • Unique Powerful 4x70W Class D amplifier-Delivers powerful, clearer sound with less distortion while consuming significantly less power
  • Direct Pandora control of the docked device with "Thumbs Up or Down" for individual tracks right from the face of the radio
  • FUSION's unique zone control with four nameable zones and discrete RCA pre-out connections for even bolder, higher quality sound!(external amplification required for third and fourth independent zone)
  • AM/FM and Sirius Ready
  • Two Auxiliary Inputs for Television Audio, DVD Audio, Sat. TV Audio, etc.
  • Rear USB connection for optional panel mount USB that will even charge a tablet

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FUSION UD750 Color Display Marine Stereo w/Bluetooth, Universal Smart Phone Docking, & FUSIONLink MS-UD750 FUSION UD750 UNIDOCK MARINE STEREO AM/FM/SIRIUS READY
$499.99
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