JENSEN CPM200 AM/FM/USB Waterproof, Bluetooth Stereo Package

JENSEN CPM200 AM/FM/USB Waterproof, Bluetooth Stereo Package


The JENSEN CPM200 AM/FM/USB Waterproof, Bluetooth Stereo Package is a watercraf stereo system that is resistant to the harsh marine environments.


  • AM/FM electronic tuner
  • Bluetooth interface capability
  • USB input for full iPod interface as well as other USB based MP3 devices
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CPM200 AM/FM/USB Waterproof, Bluetooth Stereo Package w/MS2013BT, Aux Input & 4-AMS602W Speakers

MS2013BT AM/FM/USB Waterproof Stereo with Bluetooth

If you are looking for the latest advancements in boating entertainment than look no further than the MS2013BT AM/FM/USB Stereo with Bluetooth! This 160W stereo features a modern design and Bluetooth interface capabilities with A2DP/AVRCP technology. The unit also has a rear auxiliary input along with a USB input for full iPod interface as well as other USB based MP3 devices. In addition, the low battery alert and zero current memory draw will keep you informed at all times. The MS2013BT was built specifically for the marine environment by featuring a solid top chassis, UV resistant materials and a corrosion resistant finish.

  • 160 watts (40W x 4)
  • IPX5 waterproof rated
  • AM/FM electronic tuner (US/Euro selectable)
  • Bluetooth interface capability (A2DP/AVRCP)
  • USB input for full iPod interface as well as other USB based MP3 devices
  • Low battery warning
  • Zero current memory draw
  • Rear auxiliary input (RCA)
  • Wired remote capable (MWR150)
  • Pre-amp line out audio (RCA)
  • EQ presets
  • Conformal coated circuit boards
  • Solid top chassis
  • UV resistant materials - ASTMD4329 compliant
  • Corrosion resistant finish - ASTMB117
  • Standard DIN chassis
  • Regulatory certifications FCC/CE/RoHS/C-TICK
  • Complies with UL60065

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.

  • 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
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