CPM150

JENSEN CPM150 AM/FM/USB Bluetooth Stereo & Speakers Package

JENSEN CPM150 AM/FM/USB Bluetooth Stereo & Speakers Package

Description

The JENSEN CPM150 AM/FM/USB Bluetooth Stereo & Speakers Package features a large, daylight readable LCD display with blue backlit controls.

Features

  • Speakers will withstand the harsh, wet marine environment
  • Bluetooth communication capability
  • Rear USB input for MP3 enabled devices
List Price
$189.00
Your Price
$161.00
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JENSEN's self-contained 3.5" round waterproof stereo features 160W, Bluetooth streaming audio along with an auxiliary input and a line out (RCA). The large, daylight readable LCD display with blue backlit controls offers enthusiasts a user friendly interface. This economical stereo fits a 3" gauge hole and has UV resistant finishes and corrosion resistant materials to guarantee it withstands line in a rough aquatic environment.

Features:

  • Maximum power output: 160 watts
  • Waterproof (IPX6)
  • AM/FM tuner
  • Rear AUX input (RCA)
  • Rear line-out audio (RCA)
  • Compact 3.5" diameter
  • Daylight readable segmented LED display
  • Simple user interface
  • Audio settings (Bass/Treble/Balance/Fade)
  • Zero current memory draw
  • Conformal coated circuit boards
  • Blue backlit controls (LED illumination)
  • ASTM D4329 UV resistant finishes/materials
  • ASTM B117 Corrosion resistant materials


AMS602W 6.5" White Dual Cone Speaker

Give your watercraft stereo system a lease on life - these marine speakers bring back all the sounds that your old factory speakers miss and will withstand the harsh, wet environment.

Features:

  • 6.5" Dual Cone Speaker
  • Max Power Handling: 60 Watts
  • ASTM B117 Salt Spray Exposure Standard Compliant
  • ASTM D4329 UV Exposure Standard Compliant
  • Speaker Color: White
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
JENSEN CPM150 AM/FM/USB Bluetooth Stereo & Speakers Package CPM150 CPM150 AM/FM/USB Bluetooth stereo and speakers package with MS30BT and AMS602W speakers
$161.00
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