Prospec’s Milennia MIL RBB-10 stereo

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Prospec's Milennia MIL RBB-10 stereo can be mounted in a variety of ways and accepts many accessories, according to Todd Allen, vice president of sales, marketing and product development.

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"From an OEM standpoint, they can mix and match as they see fit," says Allen. The MIL RBB-10 can be ordered as a package with either the MIL-MC8 or MIL-MC9 faceplate, making the units waterproof, says Allen. "With either faceplate, the units are completely submersible," he says. "Our test standard is two feet under water while it's running for 72 hours." The MIL RBB-10 (8-1/4 by 6-5/16 by 2-3/16 inches, including brackets) is compatible with MP3 and WMA audio files and has USB and aux-in connections. With a MIL-iPlug (sold separately), the user has full iPod control. The Milennia MIL RBB-10 with either faceplate is $279.95. Contact: Prospec Electronics, (843) 849-9037. www.prospecelectronics.com

This article originally appeared in the June 2010 issue.

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