Boss Audio Systems MCK 1305 AM/FM/MP3 Marine Digital Media Receiver with Speakers
- MP3 digital AM/FM receiver
- 4x50 watts output power
- Wireless remote control
- Front panel with auxiliary in
- USB and SD card memory slots (cards not included)
- iPod® and MP3 compatible
- Illuminated control buttons
- Separate bass/treble/balance/fade
- Conformal coated boards and UV-protected face and buttons
- MRANT 10 dipole antenna
- Two 6.5" dual-cone speakers
- 50 watt RMS; 150 peak power output
Manufacturer model #: MCK1305W.6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by gullwing great sound Wiring was easy to do. Everything was labeled very well. Sounds real good on my 17 foot bass boat. I'm glad I bought it. Have spent more money on much less performance. Geat sound for the money. The backlight looks great at night and surprisingly good base comes out of the storage box I have one of the speakers mounted in. Would buy the same stereo again. August 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Boat2012 Good purchase It is a good product for the price. It doesn't have a cd player but who uses them anymore July 5, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed45 Cheap, Cheap, Cheap!!! I can only blame myself. A $79 radio. Installed. Used on lake several weeks after installation. Past 30 day return period before I tried the unit. Waste of money!!! May 15, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Wantradiothatworks Didn't work-think twice I paid a marine installer $ to install the stereo & speakers, but the stereo did not work. He checked it and determined that plenty of amps were getting to the stereo, but the stereo wouldn't even turn on. I then had to pay $8.00 to send it back to Bass Pro and am awaiting a new stereo as I type. I hope there is not an issue and it is sent out promptly or you will see an additional angry post from me. May 9, 2012
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Details:what is the difference between this item and item#1954950? Other than the model number. Is one a newer model? the specs are pretty much the same.
A:Yes the system is waterproof. All circuits are coated to protect from moisture and everything comes with seals for install to help protect from the elements
A:This stereo combo is designed to function for marine use, meaning that it is made to withstand wet conditions. The speakers are manufactured using neoprene rather than cardboard, and the internal components of the head unit are also protected by a neoprene membrane. However, if continuously exposed to water or submerged the unit will cease to function.
Details:I am replacing a worthless Clarion stereo that was in the boat when I bought it.
A:This stereo has wiring to hook up Front and Rear speakers. You should have no problem installing the new ones and hook to either the Front or Rear, as well as hook it up to your existing speakers.
A:It will come with an external antenna wire that plugs into the back of the stereo, but you will have to either purchase a separate antenna or just mount the wire somewhere.
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