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MB Quart GMR-3 Marine Digital Media Receiver & NK2-116W 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Speakers (Pair)

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MB Quart GMR-3 Marine Digital Media Receiver & NK2-116W 6.5" 2-Way Coaxial Speakers (Pair)

MB Quart GMR-3, Bluetooth AM/FM gauge mount radio featuring Apple control which brings more control between your Apple devices. Internal 4 channel amplifier delivers 180 watts, including aux input and 4-volt pre-amp outputs.

MB Quart NK2-116W premium 6.5-inch coaxial speaker for boat, RV and off-road vehicle audio installations. The speakers feature water-resistant midrange cones, titanium

Features

MB QUART GMR-3

  • AM/FM marine digital media receiver (does not play CDs)
  • built-in amp (20 watts x 4 RMS/40 peak x 4 channels)
  • built-in Bluetooth® for music streaming
  • works with Apple® and Android® smartphones
  • marine-rated watertight face
  • large, easy-to-use buttons
  • backlit LCD display
  • inputs: rear USB input, rear aux input
  • outputs: 2-channel preamp outputs
  • fits into a standard tachometer opening
  • large, backlit control buttons
  • waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof
  • required cutout: 3" (diameter) x 3-3/4" (depth)
  • works with MB Quart wired remotes (sold separately)

MB QUART NK2-116W (Pair)

  • 120W Max Each, 60W RMS Each
  • 75" Titanium Dome Tweeter
  • Composite Polypropylene Cone
  • 4 Ohms Impedance
  • Sensitivity: 87.7 dB
  • Mounting Depth: 3.7"

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