000-12302-001

Navico Sonichub2 Marine Audio Server

Navico Sonichub2 Marine Audio Server

Description

The Navico Sonichub2 Marine Audio Server gives boaters full control of audio and video playback directly from Lowrance HDS Gen2, Gen2 Touch, Simrad NSS evo2, NSO evo2, GO7, and B&G Zeus2, Zeus2 Glass Helm, and Vulcan 7 displays.

Features

  • Built-In Bluetooth Connectivity: No Need For External Dongle
  • Pre-Amp Zone 3 Output
  • Pre-Amp Subwoofer Output: Tied To Zone 1 For Volume Control
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The system features integrated Bluetooth® for audio streaming from a smartphone or tablet - including Pandora (where applicable), two USB ports for audio/video playback and device charging, and SiriusXM® radio connectivity (US only).

The SonicHub2 is compatible with Android and IOS devices.

SonicHub2 is a drop-in replacement for the existing SonicHub Utilizing the same footprint, same connections and same user interface on Lowrance/Simrad/B&G displays. SonicHub2 will operate on the newly implemented NMEA 2000® Audio/Entertainment standard.

Key Features

  • NMEA 2000® control from compatible Lowrance, Simrad and B&G multi-function displays: Uses standard NMEA 2000® Audio/Entertainment protocol
  • Built-in Bluetooth connectivity: No need for external dongle
  • 50W x 4 amplifier: Zone 1 (Front) and Zone 2 (Rear)
  • Pre-amp Zone 3 output
  • Pre-amp subwoofer output:Tied to Zone 1 for volume control
  • Dual Stereo Aux in (Aux1, Aux2):Can be connected/attached to WM-3 for Sirius audio input and control
  • Dual USB inputs: mp3 on USB / Apple iPod
  • Video output via Composite RCA
  • Integrated support for Pandora® Internet Radio when connected via a smartphone or tablet with the Pandora app



Included in Box

  • Audio Server
  • Power Cable
  • T-Connector
  • NMEA 2000 6' cable
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Navico Sonichub2 Marine Audio Server 000-12302-001 Sonichub2 Marine Audio Server
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