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Milennia PRV22 AM/FM Radio Receiver USB Port Bluetooth 180 Watt Waterproof Marine Stereo

Code: 61116      Last Updated: 2022-11-30 09:31:16
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Product Details:

This unit is the same as the PRV21 model with the added feature of being wired remote compatible.

This compact waterproof marine stereo has no CD player. Instead it has an AM/FM radio and RCA Aux audio inputs on the rear which can be used to play the audio from iPods, portable satellite radios, etc. It also will play your digital MP3 or WMA files when you connect your MP3 player or Flash drive to the rear USB port MP3 players will also be recharged. You may also stream your audio wirelessly via Bluetooth using a Bluetooth compatible device.

  • AM/FM Radio with station presets
  • Bluetooth audio streaming. Play your music wirelessly from a Bluetooth enabled device
  • 180 watts peak power 45 watts x 4 channels
  • Rear USB input allows you to play MP3 and WMA files directly from an MP3 player or flash drive
  • Waterproof faceplate can withstand splash, spray and rain not submersion
  • Waterproof wireless RF remote ready, Requires MILRF9-UART remote sold separately
  • Waterproof wired remote ready, requires REM70 remote sold separately
  • 2 pair RCA Aux inputs for connecting the audio from any external source
  • Dimensions: 6" x 4"
  • Mounting depth: 2 1/4"
  • Includes flush mounting hardware
  • 1 year manufacturer warranty

Download manual or factory spec sheet

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Rated 5/5 based on 3 reviews
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5/5 Stars
Submitted by , North Carolina

This is the second one I have owned to use on my motorcycle an it is very good stereo foe the money.A1+

5/5 Stars
Submitted by , NY

Very good quality product. Well made and easy to use.

4/5 Stars
Submitted by , Cleveland ohio

Disappointed in the sound quality / Remote has a generic look - but Radio looks good