JBL Marine Stereo fits standard 3.5″ gauge cutout

JBL Marine Stereo

Feb 22, 2022

The JBL PRV-275 from ProSpec Electronics may be the most adaptable digital marine stereo receiver ever conceived. Whether it replaces an unneeded gauge or squeezes onto a crowded console, it fits a standard 3.5″ round dash cutout. The all-weather device with full-color display handles a multitude of source inputs and is easily controlled by its intuitive rotary encoder.

Beyond functioning as an AM/FM/weather band receiver with U.S. and European tuning, the JBL PRV-275 has built-in Bluetooth audio streaming with ID tagging. Plus, it features USB and Aux inputs for maximum adaptability to playback preferences. It’s even wired remote ready for controlling the device from another section of the boat. A serious powerhouse, it’s rated at 4 x 45W peak @ 4 ohms with 2 ohm stability.

The JBL PRV-275 from ProSpec Electronics has five large buttons and an easy-to-use center knob. Its 2.75″ color screen displays plenty of viewable area and with a camera wired to the video input, will show what’s going on in a live well or bait well. Built for a marine environment, the entire unit will shrug off sun, salt and moisture.
Designed for easy expansion, the JBL PRV-275 comes with three sets of RCA pre-outs, including a sub out, for easy wiring and the ability to expand the stereo system with amps and/or a subwoofer. Available from ProSpec Electronics, the JBL PRV-275 costs $329.95 USD.


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