Fusion MS-RA70N Marine Stereo with Bluetooth and NMEA 2000


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SKU: 010-01516-11 Category:



Take advantage of the many source options available, including Bluetooth® technology, DAB+ radio, AM/FM radio, AUX and USB connections.

Control your audio directly from an MFD with Fusion-Link wired technology.

Control your audio right from your compatible Garmin watch with the Fusion-Link Lite app.

Available on MS-RA70N via an NMEA 2000 connection.


Physical dimensions (HxWxD) 60 x 188 x 123.5 mm
Weight 556 g
Water rating IPX7 (front panel only, when properly installed)
Power input 10.8-16 VDC
Operating temperature range 0° to 50° C
Current (max) 15 A
NMEA 2000 LEN 1 (50 mA)
Bluetooth wireless range 10 metres
ANT wireless range 3 metres
Wireless frequencies/protocols Bluetooth 2.4 GHz @ +1.9 dBm nominal
ANT 2.4 GHz @ +1.9 dBm nominal
Compass-safe distance 150 mm

Stereo features

Display 128 x 64 optically bonded monochrome LCD
Built-in amplifier Class-AB
Peak power 200 W
Rated power output (4 Ohm) 26 W rms x 4 @ 14.4 V input < 10% THD
Fusion-Link™ control MS-RA70: Yes (smartphone and Garmin watch)
MS-RA70N: Yes (MFD, smartphone and Garmin watch)
Multi-Zone™ technology 2 zones
Bluetooth wireless technology Yes
ANT wireless technology Yes
DAB+ ready MS-RA70 and MS-RA70N only; (requires DAB100A antenna module)
NRX remote compatibility MS-RA70N only
Multi-language interface Dutch / English / French / German / Italian / Spanish
Fits DIN-sized cutout Yes
Software updates USB
Warranty 1 year


Sources AM / FM / Bluetooth / USB audio / iPhone / iPod / AUX x1 / AOA
MS-RA70 and MS-RA70N only: DAB+ ready (available in Europe and Australia only)


Auxiliary input One RCA input (AUX)
NMEA 2000 MS-RA70N : 1 port
USB 2.0 One USB 2.0 port
AM/FM radio One Motorola antenna connector port
Speaker 2 x speaker connections (2 zone amplified)
RCA Pre-out (left, right and subwoofer) 2 zones (requires external amplification)
Line out 2 (1 x L + R per zone, requires external amplification)
Subwoofer out 1 x mono output (requires external amplification)