Fusion Electronics

Fusion Electronics has announced the release of its latest stereo software upgrade. Offering compatibility with the industry’s widest range of compatible Android and Windows® Mobile devices, the new software incorporates support for the latest media transfer protocol (MTP) allowing Fusion stereos full control and search functionality of hardwire-connected mobile media players. Fusion owners can enjoy their music from a vast and constantly expanding selection of smart phones and media players, ensuring the perfect soundtrack for any day on the water.

Compatible with Fusion MS-AV700, MS-AV700i, MS-IP700i and MS-RA205 Marine Stereos, the latest software allows users to play, pause and skip tracks, as well as search for songs by Album, Artist, Track and more, all from the stereo’s intuitive user interface. The software also incorporates an innovative Fusion Alpha Search Technology (F.A.S.T.), which allows quick review of all media. Additional software features include support for the MS-BT200 Bluetooth module which allows Bluetooth streaming, and an update that allows a Static IP to be assigned to the stereos for use on wireless networks that require a fixed address, to name a few.

“With a constantly expanding array of mobile entertainment options in today’s consumer electronics market, Fusion is dedicated to supporting our customers’ right to choose,” said Chris Baird, CEO, Fusion Electronics. “Our new software with MTP support elevates Fusion stereos to a new plateau of mobile device compatibility and entertainment flexibility. Whether boaters prefer to store their music on an Android, Apple or Windows Mobile device, FUSION will deliver their tunes with industry-leading sound and reliability!”


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