Fusion signs deal with RIB builder Ribeye

All audio systems will include the Fusion Digital Audio Broadcasting receiver and antenna.
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Ribeye’s full rigid inflatable boat range will be offered with the option of either the Fusion BB100 Black Box entertainment system or the compact RA70 Stereo, as well as Signature Series speakers on the Prime Series.

All audio systems will include the Fusion Digital Audio Broadcasting receiver and antenna.

“We are thrilled to be involved with Ribeye,” Fusion Entertainment managing director Chris Baird said in a statement. “Our signature Fusion sound deserves to be on every vessel, from tender to yacht, and both systems Ribeye is installing in its boats offer crystal-clear sound, regardless of the seas. We are very excited about our ongoing business relationship with the brand.”

“Our boats range from family sport boats to hardworking tenders, all designed with a functional elegance,” Ribeye managing director James Burroughs said.

“Our customers demand a system that offers the highest performance, and the BB100 and RA70, along with the Signature Series speakers by Fusion deliver — even under the harshest conditions.”

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