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BOSS Audio Systems MGR350B Marine Gauge Receiver - Bluetooth, Digital Media MP3 Player, no CD Player, USB Port, AM FM Radio, Weatherproof, black, small/medium
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|Brand||BOSS Audio Systems|
|Supported Internet Services||Pandora, Spotify|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.75 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches|
About this item
- Bluetooth - Play and control music through your smartphone or MP3 player as well as apps like Spotify / Pandora, wirelessly
- Weatherproof - The MGR350B has been outfitted with the latest weatherproofing techniques such as front panel UV coating, PC board with conformal coating. It has an IPX 6 rating for protection against splashing water
- Media Playback - Bluetooth, play music via the USB port or tune into the AM / FM radio stations for up to date music/news/sports and more. The MGR350B does not have a CD or DVD mechanism
- Inputs - The USB port gives you the option to have a vast library of audio files at your fingertips. The auxiliary input is compatible with audio output from smartphones and MP3 players
- Outputs - Use the front & rear or subwoofer pre-amp outputs to hook up your speakers or subwoofer
- Specs - Dimensions: 3.5” x 3.5” x 3.8”, Weight: 1.1 lbs.
- Warranty - BOSS Audio Systems provides a powerful 3-year platinum online dealer warranty so long as the purchase is made through Amazon.com. We strongly encourage professional installation of this product to ensure proper and safe functionality
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Rock and roll on the water with the BOSS Audio MGR350B Gauge Weatherproof Mech-Less Digital Media Player. Listen to the Weather Band/AM/FM radio, hook up your smartphone or MP3 player through the auxiliary input or plug into the USB port to charge or play USB-connected devices. Bluetooth technology lets you stream music. With an IPX6 Rating, state-of-the-art weatherproofing materials and UV coatings, the MGR350B is protected from the elements.
- Fully Marinized/Weatherproof, IPX6
- Mounts in 3" Hole
- 60 Watts x 4 Max Power
- Bass/Treble/Balance/Fader Controls and Preset Built-in EQ
- RDS, Switchable US and European Tuner
- Mech-less - No CD or DVD Player
- Plays USB, MP3, WMA and Smartphones
- Inputs: USB, Aux
- Outputs: Front and Rear or Sub Pre-Amp
- Bluetooth Wireless Audio Streaming
- USB Charging, Zero Current Draw Memory
IPX Rating and Fully Marinized
IPX is a rating standard indicating a product’s level of protection against water. This unit is rated IPX 6 which means water splashing against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect.
High-tech, state-of-the-art waterproofing materials plus special UV coatings for plastic surfaces, coated circuit boards and connections ensure these marine and outdoor products are corrosion resistant and protected against harsh elements.
No CD Mechanism and Built-in Preset EQ
Our units without a CD mechanism are ideal for listening to digital media files from SD Cards, USB drives, and external devices such as smartphones through the auxiliary input.
The built-in Preset EQ allows you to choose from preset EQ curves for a variety of music styles such as Rock or Pop.
Audio Streaming and Aux Input
Wirelessly stream audio via Bluetooth from compatible devices so you can listen to streaming music services such as Spotify and Pandora through your system.
The Aux Input allows you to connect to the audio output of an external device such as an MP3 Player or smartphone so you can enjoy your music through your system.
Supports USB flash drive files up to 32 GB for music playback on units without monitors and music, photo and video playback on units with monitors.
Charge USB connected devices through the built-in 1A charger.
This unit's Pre-Amp outputs let you expand your system by adding up to 2 amps and/or signal processors.
Displays up to 64-character messages with station, song, artist, genre, traffic, news and more when an FM station broadcasts using RDS technology.
The selectable tuner function allows you to adjust this receiver's tuner to receive radio broadcasts in either the US or Europe.
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"Crest the waves while enjoying your music with the BOSS Audio MGR350B Weatherproof Gauge Mech-Less Digital Media Player. Turn on the Weather Band/AM/FM radio, hook up your smartphone or MP3 player through the Auxiliary input or plug into the USB port to charge or play USB-connected devices. Bluetooth technology lets you stream audio apps like Spotify and Pandora. Change up the sound with the built-in Subwoofer Control and Preset EQ. With an IPX Rating of 6, state-of-the-art weatherproofing materials and special UV protection coatings, the MGR350B resists corrosion and is protected from the elements. Keep your tunes flowing with the Boss Audio MGR350B.
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This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Wanted to post an update- ordered a replacement MGR350B and hooked it up to the same speakers but on "the bench " and the new radio plays GREAT. Can even you ent on the "Xbass" setting and it plays.
So it turn out I got a bad radio, lesson learned to bench test before soldering and installing the right way and make sure it works. I have literally installed DOZENS of radios over the past 40+ years and have never had a problem.
Now I get to do this the HARD way, either under the hood of a utv with wires cut to lenght or start completely over again and cut it all back out. This sucks, but at least I found the problem. But with a broken back and psoriatic arthritis this is really going to be painful to do under the hood.
After spending all afternoon soldering and heat shrinking and making sure all connections are secure, I place it in the dash turn it on and it does play. Try to set the eq sound and any bass over 3 and half volume causes major sound distortion. Changed settings around and have found that this head unit just does not have enough output power to drive four speakers with any decent sound. Even disconnecting one pair or the other it does the same thing just with a little more volume than with four speakers connected. Any bass combined with any volume causes the sound to completely fail. I have the same speaker set up on my EZGO with a Sony head unit and it rocks no problem. The dash on Trail Wagon utv has no space to use a din radio so I had to go with a gauge style like this which fits and looks great but sounds terrible.
Now after doing a professional soldered, double heat shrinked install ,all wrapped in taped secured so no branches can undo anything on a trail I'll have to go back in and cut it all back out under the dash and rewire for an amp under the dash. I had a good laugh turning on the XBass setting, this unit just said- no, with any volume over 10 it just cuts out. No power to drive speakers.
At LOW volume this is a nice unit, you can get good sound.
Going to put an amp in and see what happens, now that I have a three inch hole in the dash I kind of have to try to get the sound I want out of this unit. It does look good but it needs to sound good as well. I'll update after I get the amp in.
Out of curiosity maybe Amazon and sent me a bad new speaker, I hooked them up on my EZGO with the Sony head unit and they played fine. I was really hoping this unit would work fine without an amp because I don't wanna add another device in the electrical system to add more draw. Maybe I got a bad radio? I see a bunch of the reviews bragging on how loud it is.
The installation is on a boat that sits on a boat lift when not in use.
Number one complaint is that the LED/LCD display will be obstructed by moisture/condensation soon after I turn on the radio. I don't think it's happening just because it's installed on my 15' boat's counsel. Other gauges don't have such condensation. Other reviewers have noted the same display condensation problem. To keep the moisture from showing up, I leave the radio always on with the volume as low as possible. That way, the radio stays warm/hot enough to get rid of the moisture and keeps it from reappearing. Of course a battery charger keeps the battery up. Problem is that with the radio on 24/7 the radio gets noticeably hot, and I think results in short life of the radio.
I looked at and studied reviews on all the gauge radios on Amazon, and it looks like the they all have the display-condensation problem when installed in humid environments...and it is humid in Florida. So, because the radio is relatively cheap, compared to other gauge fit radios, I choose to put up with the frequent replacement. Another reason to keep replacing the Boss with the Boss is that the radio drives two speakers quite well at high volume setting.