Fusion Marine Grade Stereos Now Fitted to Mastercraft Boats

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Monday, January 27, 2014
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Fusion Electronics, a leader in marine audio, have announced its partnership with MasterCraft, builders of luxury high performance boats. Consequently all 2014 MasterCraft boats feature Fusion’s MS-RA205 compact marine-grade stereo as standard equipment with the MS-iP700i available as an upgrade option.

Fusion explains that the feature-rich MS-RA205 is easy to operate and delivers AM/FM radio, receives Marine VHF, is SiriusXM ready and can play MP3s stored on a USB, while the Fusion MS-P700i adds iPod and iPhone secure internal docking.

“Our innovative range of stereo solutions offers the best in true-marine audio entertainment,” said Todd Crocker, Fusion Electronics U.S.A. “We are pleased to partner with MasterCraft and provide their discerning customers the dedicated support, and unparalleled performance and control that comes with each FUSION product. MasterCraft demands the very best, and we are thrilled to deliver it. We’re confident MasterCraft owners will love how much fun it is to cruise, chill and enjoy watersports to their favorite music.”

About Fusion:
Fusion brands and markets a range of mobile entertainment and related products throughout America, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. The company is New Zealand-based with significant sales operations sited in New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom and United States of America.
 

 

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