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Old 14 August 2012, 15:42   #1
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Fusion Marine Stereo

New Fusion Marine Stereo for sale

MS-CD 600 - Radio / CD played, dedicated i-Pod input if you get the special cable.

Marine CD Stereo (MS-CD600) | FUSION Electronics

It's been sat in the garage for a while as sadly the thing won't fit on the console so it'll have to go.

Internet has them for 250+

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Old 14 August 2012, 15:49   #2
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Just fitted one of those to a Rib, awesome bit of kit!
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Old 14 August 2012, 17:54   #3
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What's the radio reception like ? I got one fitted to my new rib in May and the radio reception is cr4p.
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What's the radio reception like ? I got one fitted to my new rib in May and the radio reception is cr4p.
Make sure you have set the radio settings to Europe, the default is USA hence the reception is poor!
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Thanks for your suggestion. I did that and using manual scanning when onshore it still only picks up around half a dozen channels (using auto scan it is lucky to get a couple of channels). As it cost around 850 to have it supplied and fitted when the boat was being built I'm a tad disappointed :-(
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Worth checking the aerial run and connection. I've got one of those and it made a huge difference untangling the aerial from the wiring loom. If possible rout the aerial away from any other wiring, or even better, fit a proper car type one.
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Now sold. Thanks for all the interest. I'll have to go digging in the garage and see what else I've mistakenly purchased and never used.
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Make sure you have set the radio settings to Europe, the default is USA hence the reception is poor!
Ok thats good to know, because the one we fitted was crap reception on the radio. Will have to try it.
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Worth checking the aerial run and connection. I've got one of those and it made a huge difference untangling the aerial from the wiring loom. If possible rout the aerial away from any other wiring, or even better, fit a proper car type one.
Thanks, I'll give it a try. Unfortunately I won't be able to get to the boat for a couple of weeks as I'm being dragged off on holiday.
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