CONTROL A STEREO FROM ANY ANDROID MOBILE DEVICE WITH FUSION BLUETOOTH APP

Fusion Link Remote

 

Remote Control for Smartphones and Tablets

FUSION® has announced the release of a new platform for its FUSION-Link Remote Control app. The app now allows for Bluetooth® control of compatible FUSION marine entertainment systems directly from Android mobile devices.

Designed for smartphones and tablets, once it is downloaded the FUSION-Link Remote Control app allows navigation, streaming and control of music sources and independent audio zones. Users are able to navigate albums, artists and playlists with the same ease as the FUSION stereo interface. Simply downloading and pairing the device with the mobile stereo is all that is required for on-the-go control of FUSION’s on board entertainment. Additionally, the app allows users to navigate the menu of DVD enabled systems with most functions replicated by the FUSION-Link Remote Control – eliminating the need to carry two remotes.

“Once we released our FUSION-Link app for Apple devices, we knew we were on to something big,” said Chris Baird, Managing Director, FUSION Entertainment. “Now that we have released an Android version of the app, regardless of what platform our customers prefer, we give them the easiest, most versatile control of the highest quality marine audio systems on the market.”

The FUSION-Link Remote control Bluetooth app for Android is compatible with the following FUSION-Link stereos via Bluetooth: MS-UD650, MS-AV650, MS-UD750 and MS-AV750. The app is also capable of Wi-Fi control of the MS-AV750, MS-UD750, MS-IP700i and MS-AV700i stereos. The app is now available as a free download from the iTunes App Store and Google Play for Apple and Android mobile devices.  

www.fusionentertainment.com  

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