JBLPRV175

JBL AM/FM/USB/Bluetooth Gauge Style Stereos

JBL AM/FM/USB/Bluetooth Gauge Style Stereos

Description

The JBL AM/FM/USB/Bluetooth Gauge Style Stereo is a compact digital media receiver that fits into a standard tachometer opening.

Features

  • Rear auxiliary and USB input
  • Rapid charging through USB port
  • Built-in Bluetooth can stream music straight from your phone.
List Price
$199.95
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$189.95
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JBL's marine digital media receiver will change the way you listen to music on your boat - without forcing you to cut or change your boat.

This digital media receiver packs a lot of features into a compact design that fits into a standard tachometer opening. You'll enjoy AM/FM radio, of course, plus built-in Bluetooth® that lets you stream music from your Android phone. You can also use the rear aux input for your music player, or plug a thumb drive into the rear USB port to enjoy your favorite music files.

The PRV 175 includes a set of rear-mounted preamp outputs, so you can expand your system with a marine amp in the future. The LED display tells you what you're listening to with just a glance, while the watertight, UV-stable face and controls will stand up to sun, salt and moisture when you're riding the waves.

Features:

  • AM/FM
  • Built-in Bluetooth® Audio Streaming
  • Power: 4 x 45 watts peak
  • 2-Channel rear preamp outputs
  • Marine-rapid charging for iPhone, Droid, etc...
  • Now works with all our hardwired & RF remotes
  • All aluminum heat sink
  • 1 pair of pre-outs
  • Watertight face
  • Wired/Wireless remote ready
  • Upgraded display.rated watertight face
  • Warranty: 1 year
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JBL AM/FM/USB/Bluetooth Gauge Style Stereos JBLPRV175 AM/FM/USB/Bluetooth gauge style stereo
$189.95
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