Clarion’s CMD6 Watertight Marine CD/Tuner/Multimedia Controller


Clarion250Kickback, relax and enjoy the crystal clear sound that resonates out of this high-powered, 200W multimedia controller as you cruise. Includes an AM/FM tuner that’s Sirius/XM satellite ready, a CD player and a USB port that offers full content, full speed iPod control as well as the ability to play your favorite music on MP3 players and flash drives.

Features a dual-line positive LCD display, 6-channel RCA Preout, a switchable USA/Euro tuner and a remote control. Controller has one year memory, a fixed audio output and dual auxiliary inputs with selectable sensitivity. Stainless steel chassis.

  • Functions: AM/FM/Satellite-ready/CD/MP3/iPod-ready

  • Watts: 200 (4 x 50W)

  • Controls: Volume, mute, tuner, disc, display, seek, menu, iPod, equalizer

  • Display Type: Positive LCD

  • Tuner: Digital AM/FM/Sirius/XM ready

  • Dimensions: 7.8"L x 3.6"H x 7.7"D

  • Face Design: Flip-down

  • Remote Control: Optional

  • Preamp Outputs: 6-channel RCA

  • Waterproof: Yes

  • Warranty: One year

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