Kiwi marine audio specialists unveil latest addition to the award-winning Apollo Series marine entertainment system range at Palma boat show
Fusion unveiled the latest addition to its Apollo Series of marine entertainment systems - the compact RA670 - at the Palma Boat Show today.
Featuring a brilliant, optically bonded, full-colour LCD display, Fusion’s Digital Signal Processing Technology (DSP), Fusion-Link integration and control, multi-zone control in up to 3 audio zones and PartyBus capabilities when connected to a Wi-Fi or Apollo network, the RA670 is billed by Fusion as a powerful extension of the Apollo Series.
Fusion’s system approach ensures every step of the audio chain is optimised through calculations by its audio engineers to deliver a technically superior listening experience – without the need for boat owners to have technical expertise. With just a few clicks via the free FUSION-Link app, boat owners can set up the preconfigured DSP profile to play high-quality audio customised to their ears and their specific environment. Precisely calculated loudness curves optimised for the human ear ensure quality audio delivery at every volume level – giving quality, full-range sound whether the volume is turned all the way up or all the way down.
With Optical Audio as a source option, the Apollo 670 is the perfect in-cabin/saloon stereo solution, enabling you to run the audio from your onboard TV through the Apollo 670 and the connected system, adding powerful audio to the TV viewing experience
PartyBus is Fusion’s audio distribution network of the future. Engineered for those who value freedom of musical choice, to play what they want, where they want. PartyBus gives boaters the power to command the party across the whole boat or quietly relax in a single cabin, regardless of others’ preferences. The power of PartyBus kicks in when users add more PartyBus enabled stereos to their on-board entertainment system. Each additional PartyBus enabled stereo gives the option to join Party Mode and play the same perfectly synced audio source through the entire vessel. Boaters can also opt into Personal Mode and listen to available audio sources from the stereo in their zone of choice without disrupting Party Mode in the other areas of the vessel. The RA670 must be connected to a Wi-Fi or Apollo network via an Ethernet cable to connect into the PartyBus network.
With Optical Audio as a source option, the Apollo 670 is the perfect in-cabin/saloon stereo solution, enabling you to run the audio from your onboard TV through the Apollo 670 and the connected system, adding powerful audio to the TV viewing experience, says Fusion.
Offering more source options, the Apollo RA670 offers users the ability to play their favorite soundtrack via Bluetooth, Optical Audio (TV), SiriusXM features (USA only), DAB+ ready (available in Europe and Australia only), AM/FM radio, AUX and USB. When connected to a Wi-Fi or Apollo network, users can finally stream music from a mobile device via Universal Plug and Play (UPnP), providing the highest quality audio streaming available.