Garmin and Fusion unveil Signature Series 3

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The Fusion Signature Series 3 combines traditional red, green and blue LEDs with cool and warm white (CRGBW). Photo: Business Wire

The Fusion Signature Series 3 combines traditional red, green and blue LEDs with cool and warm white (CRGBW). Photo: Business Wire

Garmin redesigned its Fusion-branded Signature Series speakers and subwoofers with “unprecedented” color spectrum LED lighting. The Signature Series 3 combines traditional red, green and blue LEDs with cool and warm white for custom colors and effects.

Signature Series 3 also introduces a new 12-inch subwoofer.

“Our redesigned Signature Series 3 marine speakers and subwoofers are the first in the industry to incorporate CRGBW LEDs, which give users thousands of possibilities for customizing the speaker system color and effects on board their boat,” said Fusion managing director Peter Edwards in a statement.

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