|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.4 x 7.9 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||MR1560DI|
|Preamp Voltage||5 volts|
|Display Type||Active Black Mask Display|
|Warranty||1 year manufacturer|
|Expansion||built-in_mp3_dock, optional_bluetooth, optional_hd_radio|
|Memory Card Slot||SD Card Slot|
|Media Playback Supported||MP3|
Boss MR1560DI Marine MP3-Compatible Digital Media Receiver
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- Built-in iPod Docking Station with iPod connector (compatible with various iPod models)
- USB and SD Memory Card ports
- Full Detachable Front Panel
- Single-DIN Mounting
- 5 Volt PreAmp Output
- Single-DIN marine AM/FM radio, MP3 receiver with built-in iPod dock
- 4 x 80 Watts maximum power with front/rear 5V RCA preamp outputs
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Boss Marine Solid State Mp3 Rcv Ipod Dock Touch Panel 80Wx4 White
This digital media marine receiver from Boss Audio lets you play back your favorite MP3s from USB devices or SD Cards, and connect external devices using the front-panel auxiliary input. It also features a unique iPod dock--insert your iPod, attach the control panel, and enjoy full control while it's safe inside. The MR1560DI features illuminated, touch-sensitive controls and an oversized black mask display, for a nice clean look.
A digital media marine receiver with a built-in iPod dock. Click to enlarge.
Your iPod is safely tucked away inside the receiver.
Includes wireless remote.
The MR1560DI is ready to cope with the elements, featuring a UV-coated front panel and PC board with conformal coating.
Detachable Control Panel
Take your front panel with you for added security. The control panel features an oversized, active black mask display and illuminated control buttons.
Enjoy your favorite radio programming with the PLL-synthesized tuner, featuring 30 station presets for instant access to your preferred stations, and switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies.
Built-In iPod Docking Station
The MR1560DI features an innovative iPod approach, with no cables necessary. Insert your iPod into the head unit and replace the faceplate, and enjoy full iPod control from the front panel, with your iPod safely tucked away from the elements.
The convenient front-panel auxiliary input (3.5mm mini jack) is a great way to enjoy audio from your iPod, MP3 player, or other external audio devices.
Play Your Digital Media
Play back MP3s from both USB devices and SD cards, with full ID3 tag display of artist/track info.
Dial in Your Sound
Choose from preset EQ response curves and make further adjustments with separate bass and treble controls.
A Loudness setting allows you to get full bass response at lower volumes.
USB and SD Connectivity
The MR1560DI features a front-panel USB port and SD Card jack, so you can instantly switch out USB thumb drives or SD cards with a fresh batch of MP3 tunes/podcasts/etc.
Plenty of Power
The MR1560DI provides 80 Watts through four channels, and front/rear 5V RCA preamp outputs.
A wireless remote control is included for convenient control of the system.
What's in the Box
Boss MR1560DI Receiver, Remote Control, Mounting Hardware, User's Manual
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What happened to the radio? I don't know. My only thoughts are that moisture got into my center console area and with the boat covered, the humid environment created inside the console where the radio sits caused part of the radio unit to burn out. Yes, the outside part of the radio (the cover) is waterproof, but the back of the radio that is placed into the hole of the console is not.
The ipod docking is pretty neat. It can be a little difficult to insert the ipod if you have big fingers like I do. I get it to work every time, but it could be a bit easier. I've also used the auxiliary-out option and it works perfectly. I have yet to try the USB option.
This radio does put out great sound. When I am cruising and blasting, however, it will flip off my fuse after about an hour of sustained loudness. I do have it cranked high, so it doesn't surprise me.
If you can keep this radio from getting any moisture, then it's a great buy. If you have an open center console where moisture may somehow get to the back of the radio, you might just run into the same problem as I did.
I like the sound quality and wattage. Sounded good. But it stopped audible output a couple weeks after I installed it. The tuner shows, the ipod goes through selections but no sound output at all ... retraced all the speaker wires and everything- nothing. The unit gets really hot when on, don't think the cooling fan works.
If you're still going to try one, some notes:
The screen is difficult to see when installed in a boat with a radio flip cover, and had to take off sunglasses too.
The control buttons are touch sensitive and slow to respond. Figuring them out is difficult to do as well. Don't loose the remote it will be your best friend for this thing.
The ipod hide-a-way feature is neat, but when installed with the flip cover it can be a chore to get to when you need to.