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Fusion Matching Dock With USB Input For MS-RA200 iPod Receiver

Item # 98148
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Key Features

  • Easy iPod connection

  • Two USB ports

  • Dedicated iPod sleeves for protection

  • Creates the ultimate audio system


Our Price   $73.99

Availability: Ships within 2-4 business days

  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
  • Additional discounts do not apply.
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fusion_electronics Connect Fusion's MS-DKIPUSB Marine Portable Media Device Dock to your MS-RA200 Marine Stereo and gain all the benefits of its iPod connectivity, iPod video playback, plus two USB ports. Featuring the world's first internal dock for iPod and two USB ports for portable flash drive playback, it's easy to see why Fusion leads the way in innovative cutting-edge marine entertainment. An iPod and USB flash can be inserted into the waterproof dock, providing full control and integration while charging. The iPod is securely protected from rough conditions and the harsh marine elements via dedicated iPod sleeves fitted to the dock. Installed side by side with your Fusion MS-RA200 Marine Stereo, this combo enables the ultimate audio system flexibility and seamlessly blends into your instrument panel.

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