Fusion Signature Sound Now Featured on Linssen Yachts



Mar 8, 2016

FUSION® has confirmed that its industry-leading marine entertainment systems are featured on the premier vessels produced by Dutch yacht builder, Linssen Yachts. Marine equipment and technology distributor Technautic provides Linssen with the latest head units from FUSION Entertainment, including the MS-RA205, MS-AV650, MS-AV750 and MS-AM504.

“Linssen Yachts builds some of the most innovative steel yachts in the business,” said Chris Baird, managing director, FUSION Entertainment. “Their clients demand the very best systems when outfitting their new yachts and FUSION delivers. The audio systems our sales partner Technautic supplies allow owners to enjoy the highest quality audio entertainment on the water.”

Created by the finest engineering minds in the industry with an unwavering vision of producing exceptional audio systems for those seeking a superior listening experience, FUSION systems offer unparalleled performance even when exposed to the harshest marine conditions. With an elegant finish and designed to perfectly blend with the decor of any vessel, FUSION systems are discreet yet refined and are suitable for both internal and external installations.

“Linssen looks to us to supply quality components that match the level of fit and finish their demanding standards require,” said Reinier Zwolsman, sales director, Technautic. “There is no question that FUSION produces the highest-quality audio entertainment systems on the market and we are confident that these two brands are a perfect fit.”

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FUSION, the leader in marine entertainment, is dedicated to offering innovative solutions that enhance personal leisure time, whether on the water or on the road. FUSION, backed by Garmin, builds products that exceed regulatory standards, using the latest technologies at Garmin’s international ISO accredited manufacturing facility.

For more information on FUSION or its entire line of marine audio products, please visit www.fusionentertainment.com. Visit Linssen Yachts at www.linssenyachts.com.


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