CPM100

JENSEN CPM100 AM/FM/USB Stereo Package

JENSEN CPM100 AM/FM/USB Stereo Package

Description

The JENSEN CPM100 AM/FM/USB Stereo Package is a compact stereo system that performs well in marine environments.

Features

  • Compact, self-contained stereo design
  • Audio tone, balance and fader controls
  • IPX6 waterproof rating
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$149.00
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$131.95
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MS30

  • 160W
  • Compact, self-contained design
  • IPX6 Waterproof Rating
  • Mounts in 3" hole
  • Full four channel output
  • USB input for MP3 enabled devices
  • Rear AUX audio input (RCA)
  • Line out audio (RCA)
  • Audio tone, balance and fader controls


AMS602W

  • Max Power Handling: 60W
  • Magnet: 8.4oz
  • Mounting Hole Diameter: 5"
  • Mounting Depth: 2-1/3"
  • Tweeter Type: Dome
  • Tweeter Material: Mylar
  • ASTM B117 Salt Spray Exposure Standard Compliant
  • ASTM D4329 UV Exposure Standard Compliant


JPORT

  • ⅛" auxiliary input w/9' RCA Cable
  • Includes 3' connection cable for iPod/MP3 player
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
JENSEN CPM100 AM/FM/USB Stereo Package CPM100 CPM100 AM/FM/USB stereo package with MS30 stereo, AMS602W white speakers and JPORT cable
$131.95
In Stock

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