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Fusion wins NMEA technology award

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Fusion announced that its line of high-performance marine-grade stereo units, the 700 Series, received the 2012 National Marine Electronics Association's Technology Award at the NMEA Conference and Expo in Orlando, Fla.

Judged by a panel of experts organized by Boating Writers International, the Technology Award singles out the overall best marine electronics product in the industry, based on a combination of innovative design, benefits to boaters, practicality and value, Fusion said.

“In addition to the systems’ sound quality, intelligent user memory and control functions, our new Fusion-Link compatibility offers convenient and seamless integration options to access audio and video collections throughout a vessel, enhancing every on-the-water excursion,” Fusion Electronics’ Todd Crocker said in a statement. “This honor from the NMEA is an affirmation of our efforts to continue developing high-performance marine entertainment solutions that exceed customer expectations.”

Designed and engineered specifically for the marine environment, the fully marinized 700 Series offers a single unit solution for video and audio entertainment on the water. Fusion said.

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