Audiovox® Marine Waterproof Radio Housing
This DIN mount housing features a smoke colored window, spring-loaded flip-up door and a support shelf in the rear for a radio.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by FirstOutdoorJunkie Great protection I installed this in the side of my console on my Lowe boat. Once I got the hole the size that was needed, I attached my radio to this and inserted it in the hole. I drilled the holes and screwed it in. I am very happy and it looks great. I still put a little marine silicone around the housing just to ensure that it was completely watertight. April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Paulfromsemo Nice for the price. This is a very nice piece and it's better made then ones costing more. Very satisfied. January 1, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by nacraracer Good Purchase Very good product. Like all the others said though, much larger hole needed than other covers. I installed it into my motorcycle fairing. I need to get another so if this one ever breaks the next one will be way to small for the hole. Shipping was SUPER slow. October 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Walleye177 Not bad for the $$$$$$ Just purchased this unit to replace an old mounting bracket that broke while running across big waves. This bracket was a bit larger than the old one so there was some cutting involved to make the opening larger. Thought this was easy to install but I have not put it up to the test with rough waters yet. I like the idea that it has the support shelf. Hopefully this one will hold up in big waves. June 9, 2012
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A:They are compatible with Jensen Marine Stereos. However, you might try if the size is correct (see description tab).
NOTE: Not Compatible with the following JENSEN Marine Stereos:
Details:I installed the trim with the door open....Now I can not close the door or remove the trim.
I'm not sure how to fix
A:You should be able to pop the trim right back off by pushing up on the top or pushing down on the bottom, while pulling it towards you at the same time. I did the same thing, but was able to pop the trim right back off and close the door.
Details:I know the picture shows this item in black but just wanted to make sure it is in deed black.
My other question is does the door flip up or does it push back into the housing similar to how a rolltop desk would open?
A:The door rolls back into the top like the old desk. It is almost all black. I would say the door looks more like a smoke gray color.
A:It is indeed black. The door flips up and into the housing/recessed area that you have this installed in. Yes similar to a roll top desk. I like this one because ones that I've owned in the past that flip out are very easy to break off. Especially if you've had a little to much fun on the river, if you know what I mean.
A:It's a black housing and a smoke colored lens - it flips up and has a catch to keep it up and a catch to keep it down.
A:It is black and the cover rolls (slides) into the hosing unit. When in the open position you will not see the front cover.
A:Iit does have a shelf protruding back out of the bottom that will support your stereo. I took the metal outer mount supplied with the stereo and attached it to the shelf of the protective housing and then popped my radio right in. It looks and works great.
A:Its a faceplate just to keep water out of it if u submerge the radio and cover it will get wet all this is for is to guard it from splashed water.
A:It's not actually Water Proof, but more water resistant, if you dumped a bucket of water on it, I'm sure some would get in, but our has held up fine against rain. It is a faceplate with a small amount of flat internal housing on the bottom that supports the radio, but it is not an entire enclosed box for the radio to slip into.
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