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New Fusion DAB/DAB+ module brings digital audio to analog systems

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FUSION, a worldwide leader in marine audio, announced today the release of the Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) receiver and antenna package.

The new MS-DAB100A module offers users a plug-and-play converter for existing FUSION stereo systems, allowing access to the latest DAB and DAB+ radio stations. Gaining in popularity, DAB stations now service 94% of the UK, Germany, Netherlands and Scandinavia, with more stations moving to the format regularly. The FUSION DAB module is IPx3 rated and, like all FUSION Entertainment components, is designed to withstand the harsh marine environment. Installations are discreet as the unit has a compact footprint and the included adhesive pad or screw-mounted bracket make set-up easy.

“Audio broadcasting technology is constantly evolving,” said Chris Baird, Managing Director, FUSION Entertainment. “As the migration from analog to digital radio continues to develop, we want our loyal customers to know that our systems are able to adapt with the changing times. An investment in a FUSION stereo system is an investment in years of the highest quality, on-the-water entertainment available.”

The MS-DAB100A package will be available in 2016 and will be compatible with the following stereos: MS-UD650, MS-AV650, MS-UD750 and MS-AV750. For more information on the FUSION MS-DAB100A, compatible stereos, FUSION or its entire line of marine audio products, visit www.fusionentertainment.com

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