Garmin Introduces Apollo Series Amplifiers

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Garmin International announced that it released the Apollo Series amplifiers from subsidiary Fusion Entertainment.

The amplifiers are designed for use with Fusion’s Digital Signal Processing-enabled stereos and speakers.

“With Apollo Series amplifiers on board, boaters can play their favorite songs louder and cleaner than ever before,” Dan Bartel, Garmin vice president of global consumer sales, said in a statement. “Boaters can expect to have the same quality of sound performance found in high-end home audio systems while out on their boats.”


The amplifiers have multiple protection modes and ignition protection to avoid overheating. A white powder-coated aluminum casing provides additional protection.

The Fusion-Link app allows users to sync and tune Apollo Series amplifiers with a mobile device.

Suggested retail pricing ranges from $180 to $950.


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