Introducing the world's most advanced compact marine stereo, the MS-RA205 with FUSION-Link NMEA 2000 connectivity. This fully featured marine stereo delivers powerful, clear and dynamic sound, all encased in a chassis which measures a mere 93mm - 3-5/8” in depth.
Powered by the advanced ARM-9 Processor, the MS-RA205 offers quick and intuitive audio control.
FUSION’s iPod/iPhone interface allows smart navigation of the iPod menu structure and offers selection of songs by artist, song, playlist, album, genre or composer.
This ‘True Marine’ Product is covered by a 3 Year Limited Consumer Warranty.
Sources: AM/FM/VHF/USB/iPod/iPhone/MTP/Bluetooth*AUX/SiriusXM-Ready (USA Only)**
NMEA 2000 Certified
iPod & iPhone video playback (With supported iPod models and MS-DKIPUSB Dock)
MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) Audio Support for compatible Android and Windows smartphones.
Connect your supported Android or Windows smart phone via USB to your MS-RA205 for intuitive and quick access to your entire music library, for unbeatable music playback while at sea. Please download the latest FUSION software HERE to access this functionality. FUSION Supports a range of smartphones utilizing MTP. Please refer to the compatibility list HERE. 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)
Bluetooth Audio Streaming
Add the MS-BT200 or MS-BT100 to your FUSION 205 Series marine entertainment system to enjoy your favourite audio tracks within range, around your vessel.
The external MS-BT200 Bluetooth module is designed to provide Bluetooth audio streaming from a compatible smartphone or media player directly to your FUSION marine stereo. The MS-BT200 is connected to the Satellite Radio (SiriusXM) connector of your stereo.
Note: The MS-BT200 cannot be operated simultaneously with a Satellite Radio (SiriusXM) receiver. For installations where the Satellite Radio (SiriusXM) socket is not available the FUSION MS-BT100 audio only Bluetooth module is recommended.
The MS-BT200 supports control (Play/Pause/Next/Back) of the media device from the FUSION Stereo. Song information such as song title, artist name and duration are displayed, depending on the capability of your phone and music application.
The MS-BT200 does NOT provide phone call control. Hands free operation of the phone is not supported from the FUSION stereo.
NMEA 2000 CERTIFIED:
Connect to an existing network (additional cable required) and communicate with FUSION-Link certified marine electronics and FUSION MS-NRX200i wired remote controls.
Certified NMEA 200 Multi-function displays (MFD) can connect to and interface with the MS-RA205 over the NMEA 2000 network. Once connected the MFD becomes the control centre for the entire vessel.
Adjustable squelch, channel scan and user pre-sets are available.
iPod & iPhone VIDEO PLAYBACK:
With the addition of the MS-DKIPUSB (sold separately) your iPod or iPhone is securely housed and protected from the marine environment whilst being charged. When the MS-DKIPUSB is connected to a compatible monitor, video stored on your iPod or iPhone can be enjoyed on screen.
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 MS-NRX200i wired remote controls. In instances when the MS-NRX200i 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) Note: The MS-NRX200i is the only wired remote control solution for this product, the MS-WR600C or MS-WR600G is only compatible with the MS-RA200.
*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