Fusion Apollo Marine Entertainment System with Built-In WiFi

Imagine listening to the Sirius weather channel in the helm while the kids recreate a Shawn Mendes concert on the back deck and your favourite aunt takes in a Strauss oboe concerto in the salon?  It is now all possible with the Apollo RA 770 and Fusion PartyBus, a networking solution that allows you to connect multiple Apollo-Series units to share the same signal source.

Fusion’s Multi-Zone Technology provides four independent audio zones for a customized listening experience across your boat, each with advanced localized menu controls including volume limits, zone naming, disabling zones and more. 

Among other things, Apollo is the god of music.  What an appropriate name for Fusion’s new ultimate entertainment system.  The world’s first marine WiFi stereo offers high quality audio streaming via WiFi, delivering a higher data transfer rate in comparison with Bluetooth.

Fusion’s Digital Signal Processing (DSP) produces superior sound quality in every environment. Precisely calculated loudness curves optimized for the human ear ensure quality, full range audio at every volume level, while the feed-forward limiter anticipates a peak in the audio and adjusts the gain to make distortion, at any volume level, a thing of the past. In the settings, you can even select your surroundings such as open air, swim platform, helm or cabin.

 

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Bluetooth, UPnP, Optical Audio, advanced SiriusXM, AM/FM radio, AUX and USB connections
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The world’s first touchscreen marine stereo, the one-piece glass touch display is flawless, edge to edge
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Wirelessly connect multiple Apollo stereos to play music throughout your entire vessel via PartyBus
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Keeping up-to-date with the latest features is simple with over-the-air updates via the Fusion-Link app
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IPX7 rated water resistant front panel with protection against salt, temperature, and vibration
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The Apollo SRX-400 is a smaller, more compact version however it offers less functionality
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Subwoofer and full range line outs require additional amplification

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