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The Marine Black Box with Bluetooth Wired Remote by Fusion is a compact black box entertainment solution that incorporates the marine industry supported FUSION-Link protocol and FUSION's proven marine engineering skill-set to deliver a boat load of tunes. An industry first, the BB100 includes an easy touch Bluetooth embedded IPx7 water resistant remote for quick audio adjustments. Supplied with a 2 mtr (6.6ft) connection cable, the wired remote is ideally shaped for hassle free installation onto a dash or boat console. With the Bluetooth receiver embedded into the remote we can reduce the likelihood of interference occurring between your smartphone and the receiver. Engineered for either dash or flush mount installation, you choose the finish to suit your vessel. Operating the advanced FUSION-Link wired protocol via NMEA 2000, the BB100 will interface with any supported Multi-Function Display for on-screen control. The newly updated FUSION-Link wireless remote app for Apple and Android devices enables on-the-go control of the entertainment within Bluetooth range onboard your vessel. Stream music from your favourite apps such as Pandora or Spotify, then switch to the remote app for zone adjustments, volume control and source selection. Supporting USB MP3 audio, Apple IAP2 and Android AOA playback the BB100 offers the users the ability to play, pause and skip tracks from the included wired remote, MFD or wireless app remote.
With two independent audio zones available, each with advanced localised menu controls, including zone naming, you can easily customise and control your listening experience in each zone. Note: Line Out/Sub Out requires additional amplification (Linked to Zone 1). For a localised wired remote solution, the NRX Series can be utilised with the BB100 when operating over a powered NMEA network. Designed to be tucked away out of sight, saving valuable space at the helm, the MS-BB100 is easy to install. Simply secure, plug and play for effortless entertainment.
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