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Fusion Unveils Wake Tower Speakers to Premium Signature Series 3 Collection


Fusion Entertainment, a unit of Garmin Ltd., debuted the Signature Series 3 Wake Tower Speakers with the widest range of color blends and tones available on the market.

The line builds on Fusion’s existing marine speakers and subwoofers, and is the first to combine the traditional red, green and blue LEDs with cool and warm white lighting to offer a full palette from pastels to vibrant hues, the company said.

The cool and warm white LEDs offer thousands of possibilities for customizing speaker system illumination and effects while continuing to emphasize and deliver premium sound, according to the company.

“The Signature Series 3 Wake Tower Speakers create an unparalleled audio entertainment experience for boaters, wakeboarders, or anyone riding in tow,” said Garmin consumer global sales vice president Dan Bartel in a statement. “These speakers take the action of the ride to a whole new level as they deliver powerful, crystal-clear audio behind a wide range of wake and ski boats for an unforgettable experience on the water.”

The speakers come in chrome or warm white, and customers can choose from three sizes ranging from the classic 8.8-inch iteration to the new 7.7- and 6.5-inch options.

They feature a new design with even greater cut-through and precisely calculated enclosure volume to reproduce clear, high-performance audio, even at loud volumes; stiff, lightweight ‘CURV’ cone material is used to provide not only more sound definition and output, but a defense against harsh marine environments.

The speakers also feature Fusion’s True Marine design, meaning the line is engineered and equipped for harsh marine elements and is backed by a three-year consumer warranty. The Signature Series 3 collection is rated IP65, protecting against dust, salt fog, water and UV.

The Signature Series 3 Wake Tower Speakers are available now with suggested retail prices ranging from $699.99 to $1449.99. 



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