Bluetooth & USB Media Player from Aquatic AV

Aquatic Bluetooth

 

The new Aquatic AV® Bluetooth & USB Media Player plays music wirelessly via a Bluetooth enabled smartphone or MP3 device, or via USB connection. Wired connections can also be made with stereo 3.5mm Jack or RCA inputs.

A2DP Bluetooth allows wireless audio streaming and two-way communication, between Apple and Android devices and the Media Player, to view track information, songs, artists, playlists and genres on the 3″ color LCD display. Album artwork is available when paired via Bluetooth with Apple devices, using IAP (Information Apple Protocol) Bluetooth.

Designed, engineered and built to withstand the most demanding conditions on the water, this rugged unit features an onboard 288W amplifier capable of powering up to 8x speakers, or a combination of speakers and subwoofers, high-quality 4V RCA (phono) pre-outs for connecting an external amplifier (AQ-AD600.4 or AQ-AD300.2) or powered subwoofer and FM/AM radio with 30x pre-set memory. Charges USB devices and devices with USB connector.

Compatible with most smartphones and media devices including Samsung Galaxy and iPhone 6 Plus.

www.aquaticav.com

 

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