Latest JBL Marine Stereo Offers New Features

MarineElectronics.com
Monday, May 06, 2013
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Adding to its range of all-environment multimedia stereo receivers, Prospec Electronics introduces the JBLPRV170. This new stereo features Bluetooth audio streaming and AM/FM radio.

With a 4 x 45 watt amplifier, the JBLPRV170 delivers crisp, clear sound in any environment. Only a 3-1/2" hole is needed, making it easy to install. A watertight faceplate ensures protection against the elements. Prospec's JBLPRV170 also features a USB input for USB drive playback, auxiliary input and dual pre-outs.

Offering a sleek appearance with a glossy black face and chrome trim, the JBLPRV170 adds high-style to a dash. The LCD screen is large to help reduce eye strain. The stereo is convenient to control with the buttons on the stereo's face or with an RF remote option, which is sold separately.

Prospec Electronics' JBLPRV170 Stereo Receiver is priced at $189.95.

www.prospecelectronics.com


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