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The Fusion RA205 is world's most advanced compact marine stereo, with FUSION-Link™ NMEA 2000 connectivity and offers powerful, clear and dynamic sound. Powered by the advanced ARM-9 Processor, the RA205 offers quick and intuitive audio control and the iPod/iPhone interface allows smart navigation of the iPod menu structure and offers selection of songs by artist, song, playlist, album, genre or composer. You can also connect your supported Android or Windows smart phone via USB to your RA205 for intuitive and quick access to your entire music library, for unbeatable music playback while at sea. Enjoy Bluetooth Audio Streaming when you add the MS-BT200 or MS-BT100 to your RA205 entertainment system (The MS-BT200 is connected to the Satellite Radio - SiriusXM - connector of your stereo). With FUSION-Link™ certified NMEA 200 Multifunction Displays can connect to and interface with the RA205 over the NMEA 2000 network. Once connected the MFD becomes the control centre for the entire vessel. Multi-Zone™ Technology allows you to adjust the volume and balance level in two separate zones onboard your vessel. Zones are nameable for added convenience (e.g. Zone 1 can be named 'Helm"). For localised zone control, install up to two Fusion NRX wired remote controls. In instances when a Fusion NRX wired remote control is installed onto a NMEA 2000 network the remote can be configured to display user selectable data from other NMEA 2000 products connected to the same network*** (e.g. Depth or Speed over water). For water resistant protection of your MTP supported device, install the FUSION UNI-Dock™ which will protect, charge and play all compatible devices and is large enough to house the Samsung Galaxy S4 with ease. (MS-UNIDOCK is sold separately)
*MS-BT100 or MS-BT200 required for Bluetooth streaming (sold separately)
**SiriusXM-Ready (USA only) requires optional SiriusXM module SVX200 and a SiriusXM subscription
*** Please refer here for a list of supported NMEA 2000 sentences
MANUALS & GUIDES
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