10/04/2013


Fusion - Fusion electronics debuts bluetooth audio solution

Fusion, a worldwide leader in marine and car audio, announced today two new add-on modules for streaming audio via Bluetooth to its marine grade stereo solutions, the Fusion MS-BT200 and MS-BT100.

Designed to interface with Fusion 700 Series and MS-RA205, the new BT200 allows streaming of audio files and metadata with play, skip, stop stereo control, while the BT100 module simply streams audio requiring a mobile device for control. With the addition of these solutions, Fusion’s award-winning stereo line up can interface with many A2DP Bluetooth-capable devices – allowing boaters even more flexibility when serving up their on-the-water soundtrack. 

The new Bluetooth modules connect directly to the rear of Fusion stereos using existing ports. For boaters with Sirius radio subscriptions, the Fusion BT100 plugs into the stereo’s auxiliary port and music selection is controlled using the paired mobile device. For customers without a satellite radio subscription, the Fusion BT200 can be connected to the Sirius port on the back of the stereo. The BT200 provides control through the stereo interface, Fusion-Link Multi-function displays and users also have the option of audio control on the paired mobile device. 

Fusion BT100 and BT200 modules provide full stereo audio over Bluetooth using the A2DP protocol and are compatible with Fusion MS-AV700, AV700i, IP700, IP700i and RA205 systems. The BT100 can also interface with Fusion 600 Series stereos, RA200 and RA50. Power is supplied to the BT100 using a flying lead and interfaces with a stereo’s auxiliary port. The BT200 connects with a stereo’s Sirius port and receives power through the interface cable. The BT200 is always discoverable, and can be easily installed using the mounting hole or a supplied adhesive patch. The FUSION BT100 and BT200 are rated to IP65 standard and protected by a one-year limited consumer warranty. 

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