Certified IP65 water resistant and tested for the marine environment, the MS-BT200 is designed to connect to the FUSION MS-IP700, MS-IP700i, MS-AV700, MS-AV700i and MS-RA205 only via the Satellite radio connector of the unit. The MS-BT200 module streams audio from any A2DP Bluetooth capable Apple, Android, Windows, Blackberry or other device directly to the compatible FUSION marine stereo. FUSION stereo control with Data Display* - Play, pause and skip directly from your FUSION marine stereo, with track name, artist and song duration displayed on screen. (Note: A software upgrade is required before the functionality of the MS-BT200 can be accessed) Direct Media Device Control - allowing you to quickly and easily select tracks, album, artist or playlist from your device while you're on the go around your vessel. What separates the MS-BT200 apart from other Bluetooth modules is the integrated marine voltage protection, which is engineered specifically to manage fluctuating current or voltage spikes. This added protection ensures no disruption to your listening pleasure. With an effective range** of 10 Mtrs (33ft), you can enjoy seamless streaming of your favorite audio tracks without having to return to the stereo to change tracks. Please note if the Satellite connector of your FUSION marine stereo is already in use, please purchase the MS-BT100 for Bluetooth audio streaming. Stereo Control with Data Display-Play, Pause and skip tracks directly from your stereo with track name, artist and song; Connects via Sirius Connector Direct Media Device Control - Select Track, Album, Artist or Playlist from your compatible device while you're on the go around your vessel 10 Meter (33 Ft) Effective Range - Stream your favorite audio tracks seamlessly within the effective range with ease Simple Installation - Connect the Satellite connector of your FUSION Marine Stereo Bluetooth Profile A2DP, AVRCP; Bluetooth Version V3.0

Fusion MS-BT200 Bluetooth Dongle for Fusion 700 Series and MS-RA205 Marine Stereos

  • $79.99
  • $47.34

    (as of January 02, 2017 11:52 PM)