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New Fusion MS-RA60 Marine Stereo from Garmin

OLATHE, Kan. – Garmin® International, Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the world’s largest1 and most innovative marine electronics manufacturer, today announced the MS-RA60 marine stereo from Fusion® Entertainment, a Garmin brand, delivering boaters a high-quality onboard entertainment experience at an affordable price with a new modern look. Featuring an anti-fogging display and compact design, the MS-RA60 is Fusion’s latest entry-level marine stereo solution for boat owners wanting a full-featured stereo that fits their boat’s style and size.

 

“We are thrilled to introduce this fresh take on the existing Fusion MS-RA55 and RA50 marine stereos,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of global consumer sales. “With the new MS-RA60 onboard, boaters can enjoy the look and feel of a premium marine stereo without breaking the bank. The conveniently small form factor and ability to reproduce powerful, high-quality audio makes the MS-RA60 the perfect fit for boats with limited space at the helm, from pontoons to small fishing boats.”

 

Boasting Fusion’s latest audio technology, the MS-RA60 is designed to amplify every minute spent on the water. Modern features include:

 

  • Stylish design: Anti-fogging, daylight readable edge-bonded display with modern style
  • Wireless connectivity: Stream music over Bluetooth® with control via the Fusion-Link™ app
  • Multi-Zone™ control: Volume control for two independent audio zones on the boat
  • Wireless control: Control music via ANT-compatible smartwatches or the ARX70 remote
  • Weather resistant: IPX6 and IPX7 Water Ingress Protection standards
  • Power and efficiency: Class D amplification powers up to four speakers onboard
  • Built-in Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) tuner: Access a wider range of radio stations by reducing interference and static

 

With its stylish new look, the MS-RA60 enhances the dash of any boat while continuing to deliver the best of Fusion technology for an unparalleled onboard entertainment experience. Boaters can conduct over-the-air software updates from compatible smart devices – via Bluetooth connection – with the Fusion-Link app, and wirelessly control music with the Fusion-Link app, handheld ARX70 remote or compatible Garmin quatix 6 series smartwatch. Thanks to a built-in DAB tuner, a first for Fusion stereos, boaters can tap into more frequencies than AM or FM radio alone, meaning no more tedious tuning to access a desired radio station.

 

Built to last season-after-season, the MS-RA60 is engineered and designed with marine elements in mind. For protection against salt, fog, UV, dust and more, a quality edge-bonded display with IPX6 and IPX7 weather resistance ensures that the MS-RA60 will consistently perform well in harsh marine environments.

 

The MS-RA60 marine stereo will be available in Q2 with a suggested retail price of $199.99, backed by Fusion’s one-year consumer warranty. For boats that currently have a Fusion MS-RA55 stereo installed onboard, the MS-RA60 fits easily in the same cut-out for an effortless and simple upgrade. For more information about the MS-RA60 and its seamless integration with Garmin marine electronics, visit www.garmin.com/fusionaudioentertainment.

 

Engineered on the inside for life on the outside, Garmin products have revolutionized life for anglers, sailors, mariners and boat enthusiasts everywhere. Committed to developing the most sophisticated marine electronics the industry has ever known, Garmin believes every day is an opportunity to innovate and a chance to beat yesterday. For the sixth consecutive year, Garmin was recently named the Manufacturer of the Year by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA). Other Garmin marine brands include Navionics®. For more information, visit Garmin’s virtual pressroom at garmin.com/newsroom, contact the Media Relations department at 913-397-8200, or follow us at facebook.com/garmintwitter.com/garminnewsinstagram.com/garmin or youtube.com/garmin.

 

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