Fusion MS-RA70N Marine Entertainment System with Bluetooth & NMEA 2000
Introducing the MS-RA70N, FUSIONs sleekest value-packed marine stereo, designed to deliver a quality on-water entertainment experience by incorporating some of the latest marine technologies.
Marine Entertainment System with Bluetooth & NMEA 2000
Introducing the MS-RA70N, FUSIONs sleekest value-packed marine stereo, designed to deliver a quality on-water entertainment experience by incorporating some of the latest marine technologies. Engineered to seamlessly replace any standard DIN sized non-marinised stereo without the need to reconfigure dash space. Clever styling allows an installer the option of either mounting the stereo with a conventional dash finish or an option to integrate into a glass helm with a flush surface mount, ensuring a high-end installation.
- A2DP Bluetooth Audio streaming with FUSION-Link app remote control available
Stream your favorite soundtrack from any compatible device with control* available from the stereo or your connected smart phone via the FUSION-Link Bluetooth app. Simply download the free Apple® or Android™ FUSION-Link remote control app for Bluetooth from iTunes™ or Google Play™ and enjoy localized zone control, source navigation, track selection and the freedom of wireless control.
With two independent audio zones available, each with advanced localized 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). The MS-RA70N is a FUSION-Link Wired NMEA 2000 certified product and is compatible with a range of the world’s leading Multi-Function Displays for onscreen audio control. When pairing the MS-RA70N with a supported Charplotter or Fish finder you bring your music to the big screen, allowing you to keep an eye on the charts or the fish while skipping tracks or adjusting the volume at the same time. In addition to MFD control, the MS-RA70N will connect to any FUSION MS-NRX200i remote control attached to the same powered NMEA 2000 network for localized control of the audio zones. (Note: the MS-NRX200i must be incorporated onto a powered network, if you are planning on using the MS-RA70N and a MS-NRX200i on a standalone network additional cabling is required to power the network).
The MS-RA70N designed and engineered specifically for the marine environment, with an IPx7 front panel (when mounted correctly) to withstand the environment like none other, perfectly paired with an optically bonded LCD for crystal clear display on the high seas.
Listen to USB MP3 audio, connect your supported smartphone or even relax to your local AM/FM station; the MS-RA70N delivers marine grade entertainment to those who would normally have to resort to installing unfriendly and rust prone car audio stereos – Rest easy, let FUSION entertain you on the water.
Android Open Accessory (AOA)
Android support is limited to devices which support AOA protocol, see supported device list for details
Audio Format USB
2 on board amplified zones
1 x Stereo RCA Input (AUX)
A2DP Bluetooth Audio Streaming with AVRCP
Electrically isolated glass filled composite chassis with an aluminium side-fin heat sink with VCT
MS-DAB100A is required for DAB support, only available where DAB and DAB+ is broadcast
128x64 Monochrome Optically Bonded LCD
Compatible with a FUSION NMEA 2000 wired remote control and any supported FUSION-Link MFD. A powered network is required for remote support
Bluetooth remote control is available with the FUSION-Link remote control app available for download from iTunes or Google Play
Made for iPod and iPhone - supports IAP 2 protocol only
1 x L+R Linked to Zone 1 (requires amplification)
Multi-Language User Interface
English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch and Italian
Up to 10 characters
NMEA 2000 Certified
1 x Sub Out Linked to Zone 1 (requires amplification)
AM/FM with RDS (where available)
USA, Australasia, Europe and Japan
1 x USB connector at the rear of the unit, supports 1 amp charging
IPx7 waterproof from the front panel when correctly mounted. Rear of the unit is rated IPx3