Jensen Marine Introduces New Stereo

press release
Tuesday, January 24, 2012

JENSEN Marine Introduces New MSR3012 Stereo with Full iPod Controls and Charging.

 

ASA/JENSEN Marine is pleased to introduce the new MSR3012 AM/FM/CD/USB/iPod/SiriusXM satellite ready stereo to the marine industry. This high-tech and modern looking stereo gives boaters a next level  entertainment option by offering the most advanced and in-demand features on the market. The MSR3012 has been designed and engineered from the ground up to meet the needs of the marine industry. The MSR3012 has 160 watts of power and features an AM/FM tuner and 40 seconds of Electronic Skip CD Protection (ESP). This stereo also features full iPod & iPhone® controls and charging capabilities by using the front USB connection and the Apple interface cable. The system is also SiriusXM satellite radio ready and offers the option of playing any portable music device through the front auxiliary audio input. All of these features will give the avid boater a wide array of music and entertainment genre options. 
 

The MSR3012 features a low battery warning that alerts boaters when their voltage is low. This important feature is also audible over audio output along with being visible on the display allowing for successful boat storage without running down the battery. The blue LED backlighting, large buttons and large DOT matrix readable display allow for a boating enthusiast to easily use and navigate this system. For added convenience, the stereo is compatible with the JENSEN MWR75, MWR100 and MWR150 wired remotes.


 This stereo has a marinized construction featuring a solid top chassis that prohibits moisture from entering into the top of the unit and has conformal coated circuit boards for corrosion resistance. The cutting-edge MSR3012 also has UV resistant materials and is salt spray exposure standard compliant to withstand even the roughest seas. 

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