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Planet Audio PGR35B Marine Gauge Digital Media AM/FM Bluetooth Stereo

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Planet Audio PGR35B Marine Gauge Digital Media AM/FM Bluetooth Stereo

Hit the water and enjoy your music with the Planet Audio PGR35B Gauge Weatherproof Mech-Less (No CD/DVD) Digital Media Player. Listen to the Weather Band/AM/FM radio or hook up your Smartphone or MP3 player through the Auxiliary Input. You can also charge USB devices or play music off a USB drive. Bluetooth technology lets you play and control your favorite music apps. With an IPX6 Rating, state-of-the-art weatherproofing materials and UV coatings, the PGR35B is protected from the elements.



  • Marine Gauge Digital Media AM/FM Receiver with Bluetooth-enabled
  • MP3/WMA Playback
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming Stream and Control your Favorite Music APPs
  • USB Port inputs
  • AUX inputs
  • Compatible with Audio Output of iPod/iPhone, Smartphones and MP3 Players
  • Front Pre-Amp Outputs
  • Rear/Sub Pre-Amp Outputs
  • IPX6 Waterproof
  • USB Charging (1A)
  • Weather Band Tuner
  • Switchable US and Europe Tuner Frequencies
  • RDS Tuner
  • PC Board with Conformal Coating
  • Polished Stainless Steel Bezel
  • Zero Current Draw Memory (retains radio preset memory in case of vehicle battery disconnect)
  • Cutout Diameter: 3" (76mm)
  • Authorized Dealer

FM Tuner Frequency Range

  • USA: 87.5~107.9MHz
  • Europe: 87.5~108MHz
  • Asia: 87.5~108MHz
  • Australia: 87.5~108MHz
  • Usable Sensitivity: 12dB (S/N=30dB)
  • Bands: 2

AM Tuner Frequency Range

  • USA: 530~1710KHz
  • Europe: 522~1620KHz
  • Asia: 522~1620KHz
  • Australia: 522~1620KHz
  • Usable Sensitivity: 40dB (S/N=20dB)
  • Bands: 1

Weather Band Selection

  • CH.1: 162.400MHz
  • CH.2: 162.425MHz
  • CH.3: 162.450MHz
  • CH.4: 162.475MHz
  • CH.5: 162.500MHz
  • CH.6: 162.525MHz
  • CH.7: 162.550MHz
  • Bands: 1


  • BT: 3.0
  • BT Range: 33ft/10m (Class 2)
  • BT Profiles: A2DP/AVRCP 1.3

USB Drive Media Supported

  • MP3
  • WMA
  • 65,000 Songs
  • 32GB/FAT 32
  • USB 2.0 High Speed
  • USB Output Voltage: 5VDC @ 1A

Integrated Amplifier

  • MAX Continuous Output: 240W (all channels driven)
  • PEAK Power Rating: 60W/channel
  • RMS Total Power Output: 80W
  • Channels: 4
  • Class: AB
  • Frequency Response: 20-20kHz
  • 4 Ohm stable


  • Button Backlight Illumination: Blue LED
  • F/R/S RCA Preamp Output: 2VRMS
  • RCA Input Impedance: 10kohm
  • LCD: TN Type/Active Matrix


  • Power Source: 14.4VDC (10.8V~16V allowable)
  • Grounding System: Negative type
  • Maximum Current Consumption: 15A
  • 3-Way Protection Circuitry (thermal, overload and speaker short protection)
  • Unit Weight: 1.08lbs (0.52kg)
  • Storage Temperature: -22 degrees fahrenheit to 176 degrees fahrenheit (-30 degrees celsius to 80 degrees celsius)
  • Operation Temperature: -4 degrees fahrenheit to 158 degrees fahrenheit (-20 degrees celsius to 70 degrees celsius)
  • Replacement Fuse: 15A (replace with ATG Fuse Type Only) sold separately

  • PGR35B Receiver
  • Metal Bracket
  • 2 x Hexagon Mounting Studs
  • 8 x M4 Secure Nuts
  • User Manual
  • Warranty Card

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