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January 13, 2012

Fusion Marine-Grade Stereos

Fusion’s own NRX200 uses NMEA 2000 for optional display of system data like depth or speed

Fusion’s latest line of marine-grade stereos — the 700 series — offers three different forms of remote control: Fusion’s own NRX200 uses NMEA 2000 for optional display of system data like depth or speed; free apps for Apple and Android products can run the stereo via a Wi-Fi router; and licensed multifunction display manufacturers can connect to the 700s via NMEA 2000 or Ethernet. The MSIP700 (for iPods, $449.99) and the MSAV700 (DVD/CD, $599.99) feature a 9.35 MHz processor and ClassD amplifier, and incorporate multizone technology, supplying up to four audio channels with 70 watts of output power per zone. Call 623-5809000 or visit www.fusionelectronics.com.