Jensen Adds Another Bluetooth Stereo To Series


ASA Electronics is pleased to announce the arrival of the MS40BT—a Bluetooth®-enabled stereo that can control Bluetooth devices. The MS40BT completes a series of JENSEN® stereos featuring Bluetooth capabilities.

The 160 watt stereo comes complete with standard audio options like an AM/FM tuner to the latest advancements like iPod®/iPhone® compatibility through a rear USB port. In addition, this stereo has an auxiliary input and a line out audio (RCA).

As an added safety feature, the stereo provides seven-channel NOAA weatherband tuner that warns boaters of inclement weather. Furthermore, the MS40BT has a zero current memory draw which allows for successful boat storage without running down the battery. If the battery should ever run low, this stereo is equipped to audibly notify boaters, helping to eliminate the potential to be stranded.

The MS40BT is designed with a white LED backlit dot matrix LCD display and buttons to provide boaters with a user-friendly interface. There are three mounting options available with this stereo, including front or rear flush mount and surface mount.  The MS40BT also compatible with all Jensen MWR wired remotes.

As with all JENSEN products, this electronic is built to thrive in aquatic conditions. The MS40BT is UV and corrosion resistant, and is also constructed with conformal-coated circuit boards.

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